Megan LaDriere works on a range of intellectual property matters, focusing primarily on patent litigation and patent prosecution. Ms. LaDriere has a wide range of litigation experience including, for example, multi-patent infringement lawsuits, defending and countersuing false advertising claims, and litigating a petition in the International Trade Commission (ITC). Ms. LaDriere also has experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a range of technologies, including the telecommunications, financial services, software, mechanical equipment, and electronics. Ms. LaDriere’s practice is rounded out with her experience preparing and filing petitions for Inter Partes Review (IPR), including ones that have resulted in final written decisions invalidating claims.
While attending law school, Ms. LaDriere served as Executive Editor for the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law. In addition, she was a teaching assistant for the legal research and writing program for first year law students. Ms. LaDriere is also an active member of the Junior League of Dallas.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. LaDriere served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Reed C. O’Connor of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.