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Jamie McDole is a member of Winstead’s Business Litigation Practice Group and focuses his practice on high stake Intellectual Property Litigation. Jamie is an experienced first-chair trial attorney and has represented numerous Fortune 50 companies in scores of litigations throughout the country in both federal court and the International Trade Commission. He also often counsels clients on global strategies for enforcement of patent portfolios.

Jamie has obtained successful result for clients spanning a wide area of technology, including 3G, LTE, and 4G standard essential patents, data storage, semiconductors, mobile devices, evaporative coolers, smart electricity meters, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, manufacturing processes, electronic check presentment, and biologics. His accomplishments are a direct result of his focus on client objectives, creative “out of the box” strategies, and attention to detail.

Client Testimonials

“Upon replacing former counsel in a key IP litigation for eCU Technology, Mr. McDole and his team quickly assessed the status of the case, developed a comprehensive and strategic plan for success, and aggressively implemented the plan. Mr. McDole’s strategic vision and relentless pursuit of the facts provided eCU the upper hand in the litigation and eventually led to a successful resolution of the dispute. Mr. McDole and his team are top notch trial attorneys and are high recommended.”

– Dave Bleazard, Chairman of the Board, eCU Technology and President & Chief Executive Officer,
First Service Credit Union

“Jamie McDole took over as lead counsel in our company’s complex multi-party, multi-district IP litigation after our original law firm lost a key Markman issue, effectively decimating our case. Immediately upon engagement, Mr. McDole and his team developed a deep understanding of the issues and crafted a comprehensive strategy for success. He convinced the Court to reconsider and reverse its previous, adverse Markman Order, dissected the Defendants’ invalidity theories one by one, extracted the truth from scores of deponents, and won virtually every motion until the case successfully settled just before trial. Mr. McDole changed the course of the litigation and our company’s future as a direct result of his strategic vision, tenacious pursuit of the facts, and consistent focus on winning. The Defendants engaged numerous large, international law firms throughout the litigation, but I truly believe that Mr. McDole and his team were superior attorneys and best in class.”

– Trace Gleibs, President,
TransData, Inc.

“Jamie McDole is an excellent trial attorney. He is efficient, sharp, and laser-focused on client goals and successful results. He is able to quickly understand the business aspects and goals of a matter and develop creative strategies for success in litigation. He also has the unique ability to explain and discuss litigation strategies, and otherwise interact, with corporate management at all levels. Mr. McDole’s strategic thinking, proactive approach, and attention to detail generates the successful results all clients desire.”

– Ed Brosius, Assistant General Counsel and Assistant Secretary,
Amsted Industries Incorporated

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