Former Federal Judge Joe Kendall served on the federal bench in Texas from 1992... more
Former Federal Judge Joe Kendall served on the federal bench in Texas from 1992 until 2002. The first President Bush appointed him to the federal bench in 1992 and in 1999 President Bill Clinton, recognizing his credentials, appointed him to also be a Commissioner on the U.S. Sentencing Commission, the body that writes the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Prior to becoming a Federal Judge ... view profile
In his spare time, Kelly enjoys spending time with his wife Britnee, 3-year-old son... more
In his spare time, Kelly enjoys spending time with his wife Britnee, 3-year-old son Jamie, and infant daughter Averee. Kelly is also an avid college sports fan, an occasional golfer, and a (lapsed) weekend warrior runner and biker. His most recent hobby is attempting to master the art of grilling and smoking on the backyard grill.
Mr. Fischer has been counsel for his clients on numerous patent infringement cases... more
Mr. Fischer has been counsel for his clients on numerous patent infringement cases in the Federal Courts from coast to coast, representing clients from North America, Asia, and Europe. As a patent attorney, Mr. Fischer’s clients benefit from his extensive engineering and business management experience. As a licensed professional engineer, Mr. Fischer holds several U.S. patents of his own. He ha... view profile
I focus on start-up to medium size growing companies that need assistance with... more
I focus on start-up to medium size growing companies that need assistance with intellectual property (patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and software) counseling. My practice is primarily devoted to intellectual property, commercial, and business litigation. My firm and I also provide a full range of intellectual property transactional and corporate services. For more information, plea... view profile
I am also licensed to practice in the United States Virgin Islands, and admitted to... more
I am also licensed to practice in the United States Virgin Islands, and admitted to practice in the following Federal Courts: United States Supreme Court United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit United... view profile
Chad Henson’s practice consists of intellectual property and other litigation... more
Chad Henson’s practice consists of intellectual property and other litigation matters, with a particular focus on damages issues that arise in complex commercial cases. Prior to joining Skiermont Puckett LLP, he held academic and research positions at leading research institutions. He also has served as a consultant to professional and academic research institutions, law firms, and financial se... view profile
Patent infringement attorneys deal with people who steal legally protected patented inventions. Examples of patent infringement include using someone else's patented medical formula to create your own cheaper cold medicine, or copying someone's patented software program so that you can build your own. If you have filed a patent and feel that someone is using your invention in an improper way, you need the services of a patent infringement attorney. Patent infringement attorneys know which options and procedures will get the desired outcome for your case (whether it's destroying the competing product, stopping the continued misuse of your invention, or compensation for the improper use of your patented invention). Patent infringement attorneys can also defend your use of materials if someone claims you have infringed on their patented invention.