Jeff Becker


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Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker is a patent attorney with an emphasis in complex patent litigation. Mr. Becker has litigated complex patent litigation matters in districts across the country, with a heavy emphasis and over ten years of experience litigating in the Eastern District of Texas. Mr. Becker has also litigated cases in Delaware and more recently in the Western District of Texas. Mr. Becker also has substantial experience litigating inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, including in many matters with co-pending district court litigation.

Mr. Becker has substantial experience as technical lead in developing his client’s strategy and defenses in complex patent matters, including all aspects of pre-trial discovery, invalidity contentions, claim construction, summary judgment, and trial. Mr. Becker regularly works with technical fact and expert witnesses on extremely technical subject matters, including the development of trial themes and the presentation of experts at trial.

Mr. Becker has a deep knowledge of cellular standards including 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G. Mr. Becker's practice has also involved a diverse range of other technologies, including wired and wireless telecommunications, semiconductors, electronics, software, home automation, and robotics.

Mr. Becker also has many years of experience in patent prosecution matters, and he is experienced with providing counseling on his clients’ worldwide patent portfolio development strategies.

While in law school, Mr. Becker served as Associate Texas Survey Editor for the SMU Law Review.

Related Experience

  • Red Rock Analytics v. Qualcomm (representing Qualcomm in WDTX)
  • KPN v. Ericsson (representing Ericsson in EDTX)
  • Finesse Wireless v. AT&T (representing AT&T and intervenor Ericsson in EDTX)
  • BBiTV v. AT&T Services et al. (represented AT&T in WDTX)
  • Barkan Wireless v. CommScope et al. (represented CommScope in EDTX)
  • Intellectual Ventures v. Ericsson et al. (represented Ericsson in EDTX)
  • Iridescent Networks v. AT&T (represented AT&T and intervenor Ericsson in EDTX)
  • Adaptix v. Ericsson et al. (represented AT&T, Ericsson, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile in EDTX)
  • Intellectual Ventures v. AT&T et al. (represented Ericsson, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular in D.Del.)
  • Celltrace v. AT&T (represented AT&T in EDTX)
  • Volterra v. Primarion (represented Primarion and Infineon in NDCA)


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