About Douglas Wilson
Douglas Wilson’s practice focuses on patent litigation related to computer and electrical engineering technologies in federal district courts and Inter Partes Review. He also has represented clients in connection with cases involving trade secret litigation in both state and federal courts, patent-related antitrust litigation, and intellectual property related appeals. With his engineering degree and his many years of prior work experience as an engineer, Douglas Wilson brings a robust understanding of technical issues and an ability to engage with the technical aspects of cases.
He is proficient in a broad range of technical fields, having successfully litigated both pharmaceutical technology cases and computer hardware and software technology cases involving inventions directed to processors, game software, caching software, power management, and radio communications, among others. Mr. Wilson has efficiently and effectively handled complex litigation matters including the coordination of multi-defendant patent litigation. Mr. Wilson presented trial arguments on behalf of the patentee in the first Inter Partes Review trial to result in allowance of all challenged claims.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Wilson clerked for the honorable Richard Linn at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Review of Law & Politics during law school.
Mr. Wilson currently serves on the executive committee of the Austin Intellectual Property Inn of Court and is a member of various professional organizations.