Truman Fenton is a Senior Associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group. He provides legal services to clients in matters relating to patents, copyrights, trademarks, technology licensing, and litigation. Mr. Fenton's technical background in electrical and computer engineering spans software engineering; digital circuit design, simulation, and testing; computer networking; computer architecture; and systems benchmarking.
In federal courts in Texas and across the country as well as before the International Trade Commission, Mr. Fenton litigates patent disputes involving a wide range of technologies, from mobile devices, business methods, software systems, glucose testing systems, and electromechanical consumer products. He represents both companies seeking to enforce their intellectual property rights and those accused of infringement. He has represented joint defense groups before federal courts and including at oral argument. He has taken depositions to develop the factual record to uncover bases and weaknesses of expert positions. He has prepared and defended individual and corporate witnesses.
Mr. Fenton prepares and prosecutes patent and trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office covering a broad spectrum of companies and technologies.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Fenton worked for five years as a software developer, presales engineer, and product manager focusing on enterprise and e-commerce software solutions for retail manufacturers and financial services companies. In each engagement, Mr. Fenton focused on aligning solutions with existing information technology infrastructure