Stephen’s background in land and mineral interest issues combined with his time spent as a Federal Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Alan Albright give him valuable perspective when it comes to working with clients.
Since joining the firm, Stephen has developed a significant practice in intellectual property litigation, representing dozens of clients in patent infringement lawsuits pending in the Western District of Texas spanning various industries, including consumer electronics, internet-related services and products, social networking services, wireless and broadband communications, video games, semiconductor, medical technology, and oilfield services.
While attending Texas A&M University, Stephen worked as a Petroleum Landman for a land and title company where he worked alongside attorneys to identify, research and remedy title issues.
During law school, Stephen served as Managing Executive Editor of the Baylor Law Review, and was chosen to represent Baylor at the National Moot Court Competition sponsored by the NYC Bar Committee on Young Lawyers.
Stephen graduated first in his class at Baylor Law School and went on to earn the highest score on the July 2018 Texas Bar Exam.