George B. Davis Counsel

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George focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, specifically patent litigation. With nearly a decade of experience in patent law matters (both litigation and prosecution), George has assisted clients with dozens of disputes in Federal district courts (including patent hotspots such as the Eastern District of Texas), post-grant proceedings at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, appeals to the Federal Circuit, and disputes before the International Trade Commission.

George’s practice covers a wide range of technical areas, including LTE and 5G wireless telecommunications, graphics processors, mobile banking and e-commerce, industrial metal forming equipment, electronic fuel injectors, residential security systems, food storage and delivery, motion capture technology in video games, and medical devices.

In addition to his patent litigation practice, George has been actively involved in the firm’s pro bono partnership with Central Virginia Legal Aid Society since 2017, representing victims of domestic violence seeking civil protective orders in Virginia state courts.

George has been admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office since 2011, and has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering.


  • Successfully argued against motion for summary judgment of infringement on behalf of can-making machinery manufacturer.  Member of trial team that subsequently obtained a complete non-infringement jury verdict based on same arguments used to defeat summary judgment.
  • Drafted brief that convinced Federal Circuit to vacate and remand PTAB’s decision finding patent valid based on improper claim construction.
  • Defended patent directed to oil rig technology in oral arguments before the PTAB, resulting in Final Written Decision upholding the patentability of all claims.