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Ramzi Khazen

Of Counsel

Ramzi Khazen is Of Counsel at JT Morris Law, where he focuses on intellectual property and First Amendment litigation.

Prior to joining JT Morris Law, Ramzi spent 15 years as an associate and partner at several major national and international law firms as well as founding member of his own firm in 2017, focusing on litigation.  Immediately prior to his independent work, Ramzi served as a principal in the in the Austin office of McKool Smith, P.C., where his practice focused on intellectual property litigation and counseling involving technologies spanning computer hardware and software, wireless telecommunications, medical device technologies, and life sciences.

Ramzi successfully represented clients in major litigation resulting in several landmark eight and nine-figure verdicts and favorable settlements as well as significant defense victories in Federal Court and before the International Trade Commission.  His current and former clients include both small, innovative companies as well as major international technology firms and universities including Intel, Panasonic, Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and others.

Ramzi received his J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.  Before practicing law, he studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin and worked for Systems & Processes Engineering Corporation in Austin, Texas.

Away from work, he is a founding member of the Austin Cosmopolitan Rotary Club and has a particular interest in the legal and technological issues surrounding blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. In his spare time, Ramzi enjoys travel as well as pick-up basketball games whenever possible.

B.E. (Electrical Engineering), University of Texas-Austin, 2000

J.D., University of Texas School of Law,  2003.

State Bar Admissions:

  • Texas

Federal Court Admissions:

  • United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
ramzi-khazen

Ramzi Khazen

Of Counsel

Ramzi Khazen is Of Counsel at JT Morris Law, where he focuses on intellectual property and First Amendment litigation.

Prior to joining JT Morris Law, Ramzi spent 15 years as an associate and partner at several major national and international law firms as well as founding member of his own firm in 2017, focusing on litigation.  Immediately prior to his independent work, Ramzi served as a principal in the in the Austin office of McKool Smith, P.C., where his practice focused on intellectual property litigation and counseling involving technologies spanning computer hardware and software, wireless telecommunications, medical device technologies, and life sciences.

Ramzi successfully represented clients in major litigation resulting in several landmark eight and nine-figure verdicts and favorable settlements as well as significant defense victories in Federal Court and before the International Trade Commission.  His current and former clients include both small, innovative companies as well as major international technology firms and universities including Intel, Panasonic, Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and others.

Ramzi received his J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.  Before practicing law, he studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin and worked for Systems & Processes Engineering Corporation in Austin, Texas.

Away from work, he is a founding member of the Austin Cosmopolitan Rotary Club and has a particular interest in the legal and technological issues surrounding blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. In his spare time, Ramzi enjoys travel as well as pick-up basketball games whenever possible.

B.E. (Electrical Engineering), University of Texas-Austin, 2000

J.D., University of Texas School of Law,  2003.

State Bar Admissions:

  • Texas

Federal Court Admissions:

  • United States District Court for the Western District of Texas

JT Morris Law focuses on providing trial and appellate representation along with  strategic counseling in First Amendment law,  digital media and internet law; intellectual property law, including copyright, trademark, and patent matters; and issues at the junction of technology and individual liberties.