Terrell R. Miller

Partner, Intellectual Property
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5706 f 713.276.6706
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4106 f 214.999.3106

Terrell Miller is an intellectual property lawyer, counselor and registered patent attorney, helping Texas businesses from a broad range of industries, including oil and gas, manufacturing and software development. He has also handled infringement claims for television writers and producers, an electrical switch device manufacturer, a web company, and consumer advertising and branding entities.

Terrell is widely known and respected for his work prosecuting and defending claims against patent infringement and trademark protection, as well as protecting corporate brands and mechanical technologies. Clients appreciate his work ethic and down-to-earth manner.

He has litigated patent infringement disputes involving a diverse range of technology, including:

  • Commercial printing systems
  • Mobile applications
  • Magnetic braking systems
  • Firearm components
  • Web-based video products
  • Wheeled footwear
  • Plasma decontaminators
  • Voltage testing equipment
  • Gardening products
  • Skin care preparations
  • Oil and gas equipment

Terrell, who was trained as an engineer before law school, has also represented his clients in both trademark and copyright infringement and validity cases involving a variety of matters. In addition to his IP litigation practice, he advises clients on complex intellectual property transactions and the acquisition of patents, trademarks and copyrights. Terrell is well-versed in the application of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and patent enforcement strategies.

Prior to his legal career, he was a technology consultant for Accenture in Houston.

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