Texas Intellectual Property Lawyer

The Law Office of Jeff Williams is experienced at protecting intellectual property rights with the major industries in Houston and Dallas.  Our patent attorney and legal team helps clients maximize the value of their intellectual property rights and bring about new products that can lead to positive growth in the future.  We also assist in negotiating and drafting various agreements and licenses.


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Texas Patent Law

Texas is home to numerous technology industries, such as, Dell, AT&T, Texas Instruments, and Perot Systems.  With the large number of high tech industries in Texas, Austin is unofficially considered "Silicon Hills" and north Dallas is unofficially considered "Silicon Prairie".  NASA is located in Houston, Texas while defense contractors, such as, Lockheed Martin and Bell Helicopter are located in Fort Worth. 


The sheer volume of large economic players in the Texas economy emphasizes the need to protect intellectual property.  The Law Office of Jeff Williams is accessible with offices in Arlington, Dallas and Houston.  We provide a full range of services to assist you in all facets of intellectual property matters, including:

Whether in need in Arlington, Dallas, Houston or anywhere in between the Law Office of Jeff Williams will help you with all intellectual property needs that you may have.


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Please contact us online for a free consultation at our Arlington, Dallas or Houston office locations.

Fort Worth/Arlington Office
1701 E. Lamar Blvd.,
Suite 155
Arlington, TX 76006
Fax: 888-908-6679
Dallas Office
3838 Oak Lawn Ave,
Suite 1000
Dallas, TX 75219
Fax: 888-908-6679

( By Appointment Only)

Houston Office
100 Glenborough Dr., STE 428
Houston, TX 77067
Fax: 888-908-6679
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