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Jeffrey T. Quilici

Fax +1.512.482.6859

Jeff Quilici is an associate in the firm’s Austin office. He focuses his practice in the areas of complex commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation, and appeals. He has represented clients in the real estate, construction, oil and gas, computer hardware, computer software, and cellular telephone industries. In connection with these and other representations, Mr. Quilici has assisted clients on matters involving alleged breach of contract, negligence, patent infringement, and trade secrets, as well as in federal appeals on a variety of issues.

Mr. Quilici also has experience representing clients before the International Trade Commission in product exclusion investigations, and before the Patent and Trademark Office in the prosecution of patent applications and inter partes review proceedings.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Quilici was an associate in the Austin office of an international law firm for more than two years. In addition, Mr. Quilici clerked for the Honorable Neil M. Gorsuch at the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit before his appointment to the U.S Supreme Court.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Texas Young Lawyers Association
  • Austin Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Assisted in defending a construction engineering firm against claims of breach of contract and negligence.
  • Assisted in blocking inappropriate arbitration and stay pending appeal of a maritime equipment supplier’s contract claims.
  • Assisted in defending a nationwide Real Estate Investment Trust against multiple class-action tenant suits.
  • Assisted in defending a major electronics manufacturer in an ITC investigation aimed at blocking importation of a majority of its products.
  • Assisted in defending a supplier of cellular-phone components in an ITC investigation.
  • Assisted in representing a major health care products company before the Federal Circuit, resulting in a stay of federal court proceedings for the duration of a reexamination at the Patent Office.