Andrew G. DiNovoDownload vCard
Rice University (B.S. in Electrical Engineering and B.A. in Philosophy, Recipient: National Merit Scholarship, 1991).
The University of Texas School of Law (J.D., with honors, Texas Law Review, Intellectual Property Law Society, 1994).
Licenses & Admissions
Licensed to practice in Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and
Western Districts of Texas
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Articles, Links and Details
“Interplay Between Litigation and Reexam, ”at the July 23, 2009 Advanced Patent Litigation Course of the State Bar of Texas “Making the Most of Your Trade Secrets — Maximizing Your Trade Secrets Damage Award,” at the March 2, 2007 Annual Meeting of the Intellectual Property Section of the State Bar of Texas. “Picking up the Pieces: Litigating Software Patents in the ‘New’ New Economy,” at the February 28, 2002 Annual University of Texas Intellectual Property Symposium. “Special Issues Arising in Software Patent Litigation,” presented at the 2000 Annual Intellectual Property Conference of the State Bar of Texas.
Represented technology companies as chief litigation counsel in numerous patent litigation matters, generating hundreds of millions of dollars in royalties due to patent holders. Successfully argued patent litigation appeals before the Federal Circuit. Obtained multimillion dollar settlement on behalf of Austin-based software company in trade secrets litigation against leading software company. Successfully defended a leading computer manufacturer in patent infringement suits relating to computer software and networking systems. Obtained summary judgment of non-infringement for pioneer Internet service provider in internationally-followed patent infringement case regarding pervasive hyperlinking technology. Coordinated joint defense on national patent litigation involving over one hundred defendants on patent relating to computerized image editing systems. Successfully represented Fortune 500 companies in trade secrets and departing employee litigation in Texas courts.