Ravi Deol is a Dallas-based, PTO-registered patent litigator with a background in chemistry and biology. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Deol served as a law clerk for Judge Michael H. Schneider in the Eastern District of Texas for three years. During his tenure with the court, he acquired extensive experience managing complex patent cases in a range of technologies, including web-based services, wireless technology, computer circuitry, and pharmaceuticals.
Mr. Deol’s experience includes all aspects of litigation, including discovery, claim construction, dispositive motions, and trial. He actively participates in all aspects of cases and focuses on technical matters related to claim construction, non-infringement, and invalidity.
Prior to serving as a law clerk for Judge Schneider, Mr. Deol interned with both Judge Schneider and Judge John D. Love. While clerking, he worked with a number of judges in the Eastern District of Texas. In the Tyler Division, he worked on a number of cases with Judge Love and Chief Judge Leonard Davis. Ravi also spent three years working alongside Judge K. Nicole Mitchell prior to her taking the bench in Tyler this past September. Mr. Deol also worked with judges across the district, including Judge Amos L. Mazzant in the Sherman Division, Judge Caroline M. Craven in the Texarkana Division, and Judges Rodney Gilstrap and Roy Payne in the Marshall Division. This experience includes working with now retired Judges David Folsom, T. John Ward, and Chad Everingham.
Mr. Deol earned his J.D. from Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law, an M.B.A. in finance from Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, and a B.S. in chemistry (professional program) with a minor in biology from Vanderbilt University. In law school, he served as the executive articles editor for the Indiana Health Law Review. As an undergraduate, he conducted malaria research for a biological inorganic chemistry research group that published in The Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry.