Grant Gibson works on a range of intellectual-property matters; although, he primarily focuses on patent-infringement litigation and patent prosecution. Mr. Gibson has experience litigating in both Federal District Court and the International Trade Commission. In fact, Mr. Gibson has assisted with the representation of a client at an International Trade Commission evidentiary hearing. Additionally, Mr. Gibson has experience with all phases of fact and expert discovery and drafting briefing.
Before joining Baker Botts, Mr. Gibson served as a judicial law clerk to Judge James Wesley Hendrix of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. During his clerkship, Mr. Gibson drafted memorandums, assisted with the preparation of substantive written orders, and helped prepare four cases for jury trials, two of which reached a jury verdict.
Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Gibson worked for Marriott International as a front-office associate at the Renaissance Austin Hotel for over five years. During his tenure with Marriott, Mr. Gibson worked primarily as a front-desk attendant, property phone operator, and bellman; however, he occasionally took on club-lounge-attendant and concierge duties.
Outside of work, you can usually find Mr. Gibson attending church or Bible study, swimming, running, joining a spin class, hiking, or spending time with friends and family. Mr. Gibson has hiked at Yosemite National Park, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Perdenales Falls State Park, and Lost Maples State Natural Area.