Wittliff Cutter is pleased to welcome trial lawyer Matt Gates to the firm as Senior Counsel.
A team of Wittliff | Cutter attorneys won a significant pretrial ruling on behalf of their client, Centerra Homes, in a copyright dispute.
Austin Monthly magazine has selected Wittliff Cutter name partner Slade Cutter to its list of Austin’s Top Attorneys of 2022 for his work in technology.
In recognition of their work in litigation, intellectual property, and technology law, Texas Super Lawyers has selected Wittliff Cutter partners Reid Wittliff and John Saba for the publication’s 2022 list of top attorneys.
Wittliff | Cutter was recently recognized on the Top 50 Verdicts in Texas in 2021 list from the publishers of TopVerdict.
Wittliff | Cutter name partners Reid Wittliff and Slade Cutter spoke at the TexMed 2022 Conference in Houston on April 29. They discussed practical tips for physicians looking to use social media in their medical practice.
John Saba of Wittliff | Cutter, wins a patent infringement jury trial in the Eastern District of Texas
Wittliff | Cutter partner John Saba won a patent infringement lawsuit on behalf of its client Lone Star. After a five day trial, an 8 person jury unanimously found Defendant ASUS had infringed Lone Star’s patent on display technology and awarded a reasonable royalty for damages. To learn more about the case, read the Law 360 article covering the trial.
Wittliff Cutter, PLLC is proud to announce that name partner Reid Wittliff and John Saba have been recognized by Thomson Reuters as Texas Super Lawyers in 2020.
On January 31, 2020, the International Trade Association’s Privacy Shield Team issued guidance concerning changes to Privacy Shield Framework in the wake of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. For those wondering how Brexit will impact cross-border data transfers, here are a couple items to note.
Partner Reid Wittliff recently taught two classes focused on technology law. On April 5, Reid taught an eDiscovery and Digital Forensics lecture to the University of Texas School of Law Technology in Litigation class. The presentation focused on the effective use of discovery to obtain digital evidence and the process digital forensics examiners use to identify, capture, preserver and present digital evidence in litigation.