Duane Morris Law Firm Appoints New Austin Managing Partner

Duane Morris law firm is headquartered in Philadelphia. Founded in 1904 as Duane, Morris, Heckscher & Roberts, the firm has offices in the U.S., London, Singapore, Vietnam, Oman, Myanmar, Shanghai, and Taiwan.

The law firm has appointed Bert Greene managing partner of its Austin office.

“After three short years, we now have a growing nucleus of extremely talented lawyers in Austin, resulting in an office geared to become an even greater force in this high-tech hub,” said Matthew A. Taylor, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Duane Morris. 

Greene’s practice is focused on the enforcement and procurement of intellectual property rights, with a primary emphasis on patent litigation and trade secret litigation. His litigation clients have included large and small technology companies, energy and chemical companies, and retailers in cases involving a diverse array of technologies.

Greene has represented both patent holders and accused infringers in numerous federal jurisdictions across the country.

He also has experience with patent prosecution, opinion work, portfolio management, copyright litigation, and trademark litigation. Greene has also handled numerous pro bono cases on behalf of asylum applicants in United States immigration court.

Greene is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law.

Duane Morris Austin Overview

Duane Morris attorneys have longstanding ties to the Texas legal and business communities and have been practicing law in the state for many years.

The opening of the firm’s Austin office in October 2017 further aligned Duane Morris’ domestic footprint with the robust high-technology and energy sectors in Texas. Clients benefit from the firm’s presence in the Texas capital and in Houston, along with the firm’s global breadth of services and experience representing public entities, large corporations, middle-market companies, emerging-growth companies and entrepreneurs.

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