Jordan E. Garsson


Jordan Garsson practices with the intellectual property group in Dickinson Wright’s Austin office. Primarily focusing on patent prosecution and litigation, Jordan also helps her clients with a wide variety of intellectual property matters, including both the litigation and prosecution sides of copyright and trademark law.

In addition to working on matters ranging from artificial intelligence to semiconductor technologies, Jordan leverages her background in chemical engineering to protect her client’s intellectual property in technological areas such as biopharmaceuticals, chemistry, nanotechnology, medical devices, and computer technologies.

Education & Credentials


The University of Texas at Austin

B.S., 2019
• Chemical Engineering, Honors
• Pure Mathematics
• Minor, Philosophy of Law

The University of Texas School of Law

J.D., with Honors, 2022
  • Dean’s Achievement Award—Outstanding Student in Legal Communication and Analysis
  • Teaching Quizmaster, 2021 Beck Center Awards
  • Two-Year Teaching Quizmaster, 2022 Beck Center Awards

Bar Admission

  • Texas

Prominent Assignments

Assisted with the preparation and trial team for a company protecting their patents against a Fortune 50 company.

Professional Involvement

Adjunct Professor, Patent Litigation at Franklin Pierce School of Law
Associate Member, Barbara Jordan Inns of Court
American Bar Association
Austin Bar Association
Texas Young Lawyer Association

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


Ms. Garsson is a frequent writer and lecturer on topics related to intellectual property matters. Recent articles and events/panels include:

  • Co-Author, "Artificial Incompetence: How Generative AI Creates Latent Intellectual Property Issues," The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law, March 2024

  • Note, Real Parties in Interest: The Problems with RPIs in IPRs, 30 TEX. INTELL. PROP. L.J. 101 (2022).

  • Note, Copyright Protection for Video Games: Determining When Video Games are Similar Enough to Warrant Infringement, 5 J. OF L. & TECH. AT TEX. ONLINE 1 (2022).

  • Kevin Kudlac & Jordan Garsson, Foreign Service and Foreign Discovery, 27TH ANNUAL ADVANCED PATENT LAW INSTITUTE (Forthcoming Oct. 2022).

  • Speaker, Presentation on Hiding What’s Real: The Consequences of Fearing Estoppel Associated with RPIs in IPRs, Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal Symposium (Mar. 4, 2022).
  • Speaker, Presentation with Kevin Kudlac on Foreign Service and Foreign Discovery, 27TH ANNUAL ADVANCED PATENT LAW INSTITUTE (Forthcoming Oct. 20, 2022).

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