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DiNovo Price Attorneys Again Receive Super Lawyers Honors

The partners of DiNovo Price have been receiving “Super Lawyers” honors from Texas Monthly magazine since 2006. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and […]

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DiNovo Price makes U.S. News 2014 “Best Law Firms” list

DiNovo Price LLP was recently named to the U.S. News and Best Lawyers Best Law Firms rankings.  Firms included in the 2013 Best Law Firms list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. Achieving a tiered ranking signals a unique combination of quality law practice and breadth of legal […]

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DiNovo Price Attorneys Coach Law School Advocacy Team to Regional Victory

DiNovo Price attorneys Jay Ellwanger and Stefanie Scott recently served as coaches for two University of Texas School of Law interscholastic mock trial teams.  The teams competed at the regional level of the American Association for Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition.  One of the teams reached the semi-final round, and the the other team claimed the regional title.  The University […]

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Jay Ellwanger Wins 2009 Austin Under 40 Award

Hosted each year by volunteers from the Young Women’s Alliance and the Young Men’s Business League, the Austin Under 40 Awards allow Austinites to recognize their peers under the age of 40 who have achieved extraordinary professional success while simultaneously demonstrating outstanding community service.  DiNovo Price partner Jay D. Ellwanger was this year’s winner in the “Legal” category. […]

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DiNovo Price Attorneys Co-Author Patent Litigation Article

Andrew G. DiNovo and Jay D. Ellwanger recently co-authored the article “Ten Patent Litigation Questions for Texas District Court Judges” with Prof. Tracy Walters McCormack of the University of Texas School of Law and Meredith Fitzpatrick of DLA Piper.  The article was published by the State Bar of Texas IP Litigation Committee in January 2009. http://www.texasbariplaw.org/docs/Ten_Patent_Questions_DiNovo_Ellwanger.pdf

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Law firms discover the value of KM

Knowledge management magazine KMWorld recently quoted DiNovo Price attorney Jay Ellwanger in its article “Law Firms Discover the Value of KM” in connection with the firm’s experience in outsourcing document review to a third party.   By Phil Britt – Posted Feb 2, 2009 Law firms are using knowledge management tools to improve customer service, to ease the discovery process and […]

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USA Today: More legal legwork gets outsourced to India

DiNovo Price was recognized by the national media as one of a growing number of legal firms known for breaking ground by outsourcing some legal work to India in order to help its clients manage expensive litigation.  “The savings can help individuals and small companies sue large companies, which can cost millions, says Jay Ellwanger, […]

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Drew DiNovo Presents KSR Analysis at Texas State Bar Course

On June 27, 2008, Andrew G. DiNovo presented “The Empirical Impact of KSR” at the State Bar of Texas’ 2008 Intellectual Property Course in Houston.  DiNovo currently serves as the 2008-2009 Chair of the State Bar’s Intellectual Property Litigation Committee.  Adam G. Price contributed to the presentation materials, a copy of which may be found here: […]

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Tusker outsources to India; DiNovo Price Assists Client with E-discovery Challenge

by Jean Kwon Austin Business Journal Staff Writer   When Austin-based software company Bluecurrent Inc. went up against Dell Inc. in a trade secret lawsuit over a year ago, it had a fighting chance – thanks to its lawyers in India. Tusker Group LC, hired by Bluecurrent’s attorneys, reviewed over 70 million pages plundered from […]

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Allied Aviation to Pay Nearly $2 million for Harrassment of Minority Workers

Contractor at Airports Settles Suit in Bias Case By ERIC O’KEEFE Published: March 12, 2008 DALLAS — Allied Aviation Services, which fuels planes at airports nationwide, agreed on Tuesday to pay $1.9 million to settle a discrimination lawsuit begun by 15 black and Hispanic employees at its Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport facility who said they […]

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Federal Judge Lauds Efforts of DiNovo Price Attorneys

DiNovo Price LLP recently secured a federal court judgment in excess of $1.2 million after a week-long jury trial involving the breach of a patent license agreement. The Hon. Jane J. Boyle of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas wrote in her opinion awarding over $257,000 in attorneys’ fees that […]

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