Top Early Science & Technology Lawyers - Texas

  • Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee, a professional limited liability company, with offices in Austin, Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Waco, was founded in 1917. The firm has over 60 attorneys and has been providing legal services for over 90 years in Texas. The firm has a broad regional and statewide civil practice in various areas, including litigation, business, construction, estate planning,...

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    Howry, Breen & Herman, LLP was formed in 1995 with the simple mission of obtaining successful results for clients through aggressive legal action. We pursue litigation efforts for businesses and individuals, defendants and plaintiffs. Our firm focuses on efficient, effective trial preparation and implementation, ultimately achieving successful results without extensive overhead. As a trial...

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    The Law Office of Jeff Williams PLLC in Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston provides experienced intellectual property representation to inventors, creators and businesses in Texas, across the U.S. and abroad. Attorney Jeff Williams is a registered patent attorney who currently handles hundreds of U.S. and international intellectual property matters. He can assist you with patents, trademarks,...

  • Bickel & Brewer is one of the most creative and successful litigation firms in the United States. The firm's concentration in complex litigation and dispute resolution is not confined to particular substantive areas of the law, but to the litigation practice itself. As such, many of the firm's attorneys have gained national recognition by handling cutting-edge cases in a wide variety of...

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