About Allan Bullwinkel
Allan Bullwinkel’s practice focuses on patent litigation related to computer and electrical engineering technologies in federal district courts and inter partes review proceedings. He has also handled cases involving patent-related antitrust litigation, trade secrets disputes, and intellectual property-related appeals before the Federal Circuit. With his engineering degree and many years of prior work experience as an engineer, Allan brings a robust understanding of technical issues and an ability to engage with the technical aspects of cases.
Prior to joining HPC, Allan served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Leonard Davis at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
While attending the University of Houston Law Center, Allan served as the Managing Editor of the Houston Law Review. He was also a member of the UHLC Moot Court Team as a writer and speaker. Allan continues to coach UHLC Moot Court teams that compete in the Giles Rich Moot Court competition.
Before attending law school, Allan worked as a software developer for over 10 years in both small start-up companies and large research institutions. During this time, his work experiences ranged from developing software in a variety of programming languages to leading development teams for commercial software products.