Joshua Wyde handles most aspects of intellectual property law,
including litigation, patent and trademark post-grant and
opposition proceedings, portfolio analysis, licensing and
technology transfer, negotiations, alternative dispute
resolution, reviewing/drafting contracts, written opinions,
and general advice. He occasionally prosecutes trademarks,
registers copyright in works, and participates in domain name
UDRP. For patents, he helps with all phases except
prosecution (helping obtain a patent for an invention):
Mail: 3740 Greenbriar St #980609, Houston, TX 77098–0609
Off: 710 N Post Oak Rd Ste 105, Houston, TX 77024–3808
Portfolio Analysis for Monitization (2014–Present)
Assessed many portfolios consisting of hundreds of
patents to find litigation candidates for acquisition,
licensing, and assertion for large patent owner partner.
Copyright Plaintiff Litigation (May 2016–Present)
Represented major motion picture copyright holders in
enforcement actions against persons downloading
unlicensed copies via BitTorrent.
Infringement Opinion (Mar.–Apr. 2017)
Wrote formal non-infringement opinion for large processor
company accused of infringing an allegedly
Semiconductor Components Indus., No. PR2016-01833 (PTAB inst. decision Mar. 24, 2017);
Linear Tech. Corp., No. IPR2015-01998 (PTAB terminated Sept. 7, 2016);
Linear Tech. Corp., No. IPR2015-01994 (PTAB inst. decision Jan. 29, 2016);
Maxim Integrated Products Inc., No. IPR2015-01627 (PTAB inst. decision Jan. 29, 2016);
Fairchild Semiconductor Corp., No. CBM2015-00060 (PTAB inst. decision Aug. 3, 2015); and
Linear Tech. Corp., No. IPR2015-00421 (PTAB decided July 21, 2015)
Defended litigation-plaintiff's patent in five IPRs and one
CBM against four large companies and and five major law
firms who sought to have the patent found unpatentable over
the prior art or as non-patentable subject matter.
Technology related to electronic component testing.
Hailo Techs, LLC v. Mobisoft Infotech, LLC, No. 4:17-cv-00076 (S.D. Tex. dismissed Mar. 6, 2017)
Represented defendant against plaintiff's allegations of
patent infringement. Technology related to taxi dispatch.
Reflectix, Inc. v. Promethean Insulation Tech. LLC, Nos. IPR2015-00039,-42,-44,-45,-47 (PTAB inst. decision Apr. 24, 2015) and No. IPR2015-01982 (PTAB terminated Jan. 20, 2016)
Defendended patent against an international law firm in six
concurrent IPRs. Technology related to fire-resistant
Portfolio Analysis for Defensive Acquisition (2014–15)
Assessed dozens of portfolios consisting of hundreds of
patents to ascertain value for large processor company
looking to obtain defensive patents to help with
expansion into a new technological area.
Fujitsu Ltd. v. Belkin Int'l Inc., No. 5:10-cv-03972 (N.D. Cal verdict Dec. 10, 2012)
Spear-headed unpatentability aspect of litigation while
defending client accused of infringement in this
company-against-company litigation through trial.
Technology related to wireless cards.
Named to Thomson Reuters's Super Lawyers® Texas Intellectual Property Rising Stars 2015–17
Houston Intellectual Property Lawyer's Association Member
Trained mediator through the A. A. White Dispute Resolution
B.S. Electrical Engineering, MBA, and J.D.
Member of State Bar of Texas, District of Columbia Bar, United
States Patent and Trademark Office, Court of Appeals for the
Federal Circuit, U.S. District Court for the Southern,
Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas, and U.S. District Court
for the District of Colorado