Matthew Blair is an associate in the firm’s Austin office and a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation practice group.
Prior to joining the firm, Matthew focused on patent litigation at an international firm. Through this role, he represented both plaintiffs and defendants across a range of patent matters, including traditional patent infringement suits, declaratory judgment actions, Hatch-Waxman generics cases, and breach of license cases. He has also worked with clients in a variety of technical fields, including pharmaceuticals, Class III medical devices, audio/visual codec standards, artificial intelligence, and electronic trading tools.
Matthew has firsthand trial experience and understands the importance of organization, creativity, and teamwork. He adds value to the litigation team with his attention to detail, analysis of relevant case law, and ability to communicate with clients, experts, and fellow attorneys.
- Member of the Honorable Lee Yeakel Intellectual Property American Inn of Court
- Member of the Austin Intellectual Property Law Association
- Speaker, “'I prefer the term Artificial Person'—an exploration of the legal rights of artificial intelligence programs," a series of CLE presentations discussing “The Law of the Future," March 2022