Tony Magee is an Oxford-educated, former English barrister, who has practiced law in Dallas since 1993. Before that, he practiced for nine years at the Chancery Bar in London. Tony focuses on the practice of intellectual property litigation and complex commercial litigation on both the plaintiff and defense sides. His experience includes patent infringement litigation in many technological areas, including telecommunications, including the field of inmate telephone systems, medical devices, satellite radio, cable modems, semiconductor manufacture, email-to-fax technology, automated document processing technology, standardized markup language editing, and healthcare management systems, and trademark infringement litigation, theft of trade secrets, and software licensing disputes.
Tony has worked extensively in complex litigation and arbitrations relating to large-scale information technology outsourcing contracts and many other types of business disputes, including contractual and trade secrecy disputes relating to professional sports teams and litigation relating to real estate, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and auction rate securities.
Intellectual Property Litigation
Admitted to Practice:
State Bar of Texas, 1993
U.S. District Courts for the for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas
Bar of England and Wales, 1984-1993
Oxford University, U.K., M.A., 1984
Oxford University, U.K., Jurisprudence, with honors, 1980
Patent Infringement — Represents Securus Technologies, Inc. in patent infringement suits relating to inmate telecommunications technologies
Contracts Dispute — Represented Jones Lang LaSalle in disputes relating to real estate management contracts
Government Contracts Dispute — Represents Business Resources Corporation in suit against Dallas County for violation of statutory competitive bidding requirements in awarding $17.5 million government contract
Business Litigation — Represented The Snoring Center in false advertising, trade secrecy and business disparagement suit against California-based medical practice.
Patent Infringement — Represented cardio-vascular surgeon and inventor Paul Teirstein in patent infringement suit relating to vascular occlusion device
Patent Infringement — Represented Rembrandt Technologies, Inc. in several patent infringement suits against cable television companies relating to cable modem technology
Patent Infringement — Represented Toronto-based Infrastructures For Information, Inc. in patent infringement suits brought against Microsoft Corp. relating to standardized markup language technology