Ashley Edison Brown practices in the intellectual property litigation section focusing primarily on patent litigation.
Practice & Background
Ms. Brown’s practice involves patent infringement litigation in a variety of fields, including mobile devices, computer login security, and wireless communication networks. In addition to litigation, Ms. Brown also has experience prosecuting patent applications.
Ms. Brown received her J.D. in 2011 from the University of Texas School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal. She was a 2010 recipient of the Sidney B. Williams Jr. scholarship given by the American Intellectual Property Law Education Foundation.
From 2006-2008, Ms. Brown worked for Shell Oil Company as a rotating equipment engineer and a control systems engineer.
Brown’s recent experience includes:
- defending a major laptop company and tablet manufacturer in patent litigation involving tablet technology (E.D. N.C.)
- defending a leading wireless carrier in patent infringement related to managing telecommunications parameters in a wireless system (N.D. Tex.)
- defending a major smartphone manufacturer in patent infringement related to computer login security (E.D. Tex.)
- representing a client in a patent inventorship dispute (S.D. Tex.)
Ms. Brown’s community, civic and charitable activities include:
- representing pro-bono clients through the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program
- volunteering with Dress for Success Houston