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Terry D. Morgan

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Practice Areas:

  • Patent Litigation
  • Prosecution involving complex technology

Mr. Morgan’s practice is devoted to patent litigation and prosecution matters involving highly technical and complex technology, particularly in the semiconductor and electronics industries. His practice includes counseling clients on patent and enforcement issues, performing prelitigation analyses, preparing infringement and validity opinions, and analyzing prior art and technical data.

During his tenure at Arnold, White & Durkee, Mr. Morgan was head of the firm’s electrical and mechanical prosecution group. He has been involved in the prosecution of United States and foreign applications for a wide variety of companies, including Advanced Micro Devices, Compaq Computer Corporation, Emerson Electric Company, Intel Corporation, Halliburton, and Micron Electronics.


  • University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas
    • J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence – 1989
    • Honors: Order of the Barons
  • Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Illinois
    • Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois
      • B.S.E.E., Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering – 1981
    • Illinois Central College, East Peoria, Illinois

      Bar Admission

      • Texas, 1990
      • U.S. Federal Court, 1991
      • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 1983

      Past Positions

      • Caterpillar, Inc., Patent Agent, 1981 – 1987
      • Arnold, White & Durkee, Attorney, 1987 – February 1998
      • Williams Morgan, P.C., Founding Shareholder, March 1998 – Present
      • Arnold, White & Durkee, Shareholder, January 1996 – February 1998

      Professional Associations

      • Houston Intellectual Property Law Association
      • American Intellectual Property Law Association
      • American Bar Association
      • Houston Bar Association
      • Eastern District of Texas Bar Association

      Current Employment Position

      • Founding Shareholder
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