Eric Enger comes from an engineering background, having worked for both National Instruments and Dow Corning. Now, as an attorney, his practice focuses on patent litigation. He has prosecuted and defended several high-tech companies in multipatent litigation all over the United States. He also has considerable experience litigating trade-secret misappropriation cases. He is often sought out by software companies and asked to consult on cases involving intellectual property.
Following a recent case, one of Mr. Enger’s clients had this to say: “He was invaluable to the successful outcomes we achieved. I couldn’t ask for a more competent, hardworking, patent litigation attorney.”
Mr. Enger attended the University of Texas, where he received a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering. He went on to attend the University of Houston Law Center, graduating cum laude. From 2008 to 2018, he was selected each year as a Texas Rising Star. In 2019, he earned selection to Texas Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters for his work in intellectual property litigation. He also is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Enger is licensed to practice in Texas, as well as the United States District courts for the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern districts of Texas.