Paul M. Janicke
Professor of Law
B.E.E., Manhattan College; J.D., New York University; LL.M., George Washington University
Professor Janicke teaches in the Intellectual Property and Information Law Program at the University of Houston Law Center. The program encompasses patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret law, as well as related licensing subjects, and repeatedly ranks in the top ten IP programs nationally.
Professor Janicke is a graduate of New York University Law School. After serving in the Navy JAG Corps, he received an LL.M. degree in patent and trade regulation law from The George Washington University Law Center. He came to the University of Houston Law Center in 1992, after more than 20 years in private practice of patent litigation with the Houston law firm of Arnold, White & Durkee, where he was outside patent counsel for clients such as Shell Oil Company and Compaq Computer Corp.
He now teaches Evidence, Legal Ethics, Patent Litigation, an introductory survey course in Intellectual Property Law, and a seminar for Advanced Topics in Intellectual Property Law. He has published extensively in the fields of patent, trademark, and licensing law.
Patent Remedies & Defenses
Advanced Topics Seminar in IP Law
Licensing & Technology Transfer
Intellectual Property Survey