Megan Luh counsels clients on all types of complex business and commercial litigation, including cases involving patent infringement, intellectual property, breach of contract, products liability, and commercial landlord/tenant disputes. She has also assisted with several appeals and trials.
Megan serves in leadership roles at the firm including on the Recruiting Committee and Women’s Initiative. She is also a sub-committee chair for the Houston Bar Association’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee and she is an active member of the Asian American Bar Association.
Prior to joining Porter Hedges, Megan was in-house IP counsel for a semiconductor test and measurement company based in Beaverton, Oregon. Her practice consisted of patent portfolio development, technology agreements, and M&A. Prior to law school, Megan worked as an engineering sales associate for a wet chemical process manufacturing firm in Taiwan. Megan is licensed to practice before the USPTO.
J.D., Lewis & Clark Law School, 2014
Dean Scholar recipient
Oregon Intellectual Property Network, Editor
B.E., Vanderbilt University, Biomedical Engineering, Minor in English, 2010
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Southern District of Texas
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