Matthew Cameron is an associate in McKool Smith's Austin office. He focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Matthew gained experience at a firm where he researched a variety of complex matters, including an issue of patent validity in light of recent decisions regarding business method patents. He was also a research assistant at Georgia State University, during which he aided in drafting patent applications covering ProCA, a protein based MRI contrast agent, and CatchER, a protein based calcium sensor.
While attending law school, he contributed to the Houston Law Review as a publications editor and was a member of the Intellectual Property Student Association and the Student Bar Association. Matthew is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Rankings & Honors
- Recognized by "Best Lawyers in America" as Ones to Watch for IP, (2023-2024)
- Named among the Top Most Active and Performing Attorneys Representing Complainants by the Patexia ITC Intelligence Report, 2023
Media & Events
- 31 McKool Smith principals recognized in the 2023 Edition of "Best Lawyers in America" and 13 attorneys recognized in "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch"08.17.2022
- Media Coverage: McKool Smith Secures Federal Circuit Win for Sanofi and Regeneron in Patent Dispute Against Amgen-Subsidiary Immunex10.14.2020
J.D., magna cum laude, The University of Houston Law Center, 2015
M.S., Chemistry, Georgia State University, 2012
B.S., Chemistry, University of Georgia, 2011
- State of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas