U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, 2008
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2005
Baylor Law School – J.D., 2008 – Order of the Barrister, Dean’s List
University of Texas at Dallas – M.S., Computer Science with major in Software Engineering, 2005
University of Texas at Dallas – B.S., Computer Science, 2004 with honors
American Bar Association
American Intellectual Property Law Association
Dallas Bar Association (Intellectual Property Section)
State Bar of Texas
David Lovell works in all areas of intellectual property law. He has a comprehensive patent practice as well as experience in intellectual property licensing, technology transactions, and intellectual property due diligence. He regularly counsels clients in strategically developing their intellectual property portfolios.
David is well versed in a wide range of technical areas, particularly those involving computer, electrical, telecommunications or software-based technologies. He has drafted and prosecuted numerous patent applications in areas such as cloud management, video processing, endpoint management and security, performance monitoring of applications and databases, virtualization environments, data backup and recovery, data analytics, database development, management, replication and backup, enterprise mobility management, desktop virtualization, network management and security, identity and access management, data security and encryption, biometrics, oilfield systems and tools, telecommunications networks, speech recognition, casino gaming, spacecraft and satellite control, electronic commerce, and financial technology. In addition, he has extensive familiarity with appeals before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
David’s experience further extends to USPTO post-grant proceedings, non-infringement, invalidity and freedom-to-operate investigations, design-around counseling, opinion drafting, and intellectual property due diligence for transactions. He also supports patent litigation by analyzing claims and guiding invalidity and non-infringement positions.