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Allen Moon is an associate in Winstead's Intellectual Property Practice Group. His practice focuses on patent litigation and prosecution. He specializes in mechanical technologies, with experience in geothermal power generation and storage, oil field tools and systems, medical therapy devices, heating and cooling systems, irrigation systems, erosion control devices and methods, and also has some experience with business methods and basic electrical arts. In addition to patent prosecution, Allen has experience in performing patent infringement and validity analyses.

Prior to joining Winstead, Allen was a patent agent at a Dallas law firm.

Representative Experience

  • On the trial team that represented the defendant in a patent infringement suit involving online-configuration software; after full trial, the jury found the Plaintiff’s patent invalid and that Plaintiff had misappropriated defendant’s trade secrets
  • Represented plaintiff in a patent infringement suit relating to a proprietary pump design; case settled very favorably for plaintiff
  • Represented patent owner in an Ex parte reexamination proceeding before the Patent and Trademark Office
  • Experienced with U.S. patent prosecution, including application drafting, responding to office actions, and other general prosecution matters before the Patent and Trademark Office

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