James R. Perkins
James R. Perkins
 
Email: jperkins@bcpc-law.com
Phone: 214.785.6683
 
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James Perkins is an associate at Bragalone Conroy PC. While James focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent infringement, he also has experience in matters involving construction defects, construction liens and bonds, commercial collection, governmental defense, insurance defense, and general commercial litigation. Prior to joining Bragalone Conroy PC, James was an associate with Farney Daniels, P.C. in Dallas, Texas.
 
James has litigated in State Courts throughout Texas and in the following Federal District Courts: District of Delaware, Eastern District of Texas, District of Nevada, District of Massachusetts, and District of Nebraska. James has litigated patent cases covering a wide range of technologies including oil and gas exploration, digital signage, medical devices, fuel management systems, and radio telecommunication.
 
Education
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2010
B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2006
 
Court Admissions
State Bar of Texas
 
Bar Associations
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
Dallas Bar Association
 
Awards and Recognitions
Distinguished Student Award for Academic Achievement (Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006)
Dean’s Honor Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement (Fall 2004, Spring 2006)
 
Professional & Community Activities
Guns & Hoses Foundation of North Texas
 
Representative Matters
  • Multi-patent litigation on behalf of inventor of digital signage technology against a variety of hardware and software companies, hotels, quick service restaurants, and entertainment companies.
  • Multi-patent litigation related to radio telecommunication against national radio operators and international auto manufacturers.
  • Patent infringement litigation on behalf of inventor of wireless fluid management system against international medical device and fuel management companies.
  • Multi-patent litigation related to oil and gas exploration technologies against large national and international oil and gas companies.