Jacqueline Altman practices civil litigation, focusing primarily on patent
litigation and personal injury defense.
Prior to joining Naman Howell, Jacqueline practiced patent litigation at
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in San Diego, focusing primarily
on representing generic pharmaceutical companies in Hatch-Waxman litigation.
She has extensive experience representing clients at the district court
level, co-pending IPRs, and through appeals at the Federal Circuit and
Supreme Court. Jacqueline’s experience extends to all stages of
litigation, from pre-litigation strategy through post-trial. She has been
on the trial team for multiple Hatch-Waxman cases, including the defense
team that invalidated the patents relating to the blockbuster drug Restasis®,
a verdict ultimately upheld by the United States Supreme Court.
Previously, Jacqueline served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable K.
Nicole Mitchell in the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division.
Areas of Practice
Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
Baylor University School of Law
J.D. – 2014,
Criminal Practice Concentration
Baylor Law Review
National Order of Barristers – Member
Outstanding Advocacy Award, 2014
University of California, Irvine
B.S. – Chemistry, 2010
Minor – Philosophy
State Bar of Texas, 2014
State Bar of California, 2017
Professional Associations and Memberships
State Bar of Texas
Intellectual Property Law Section of State Bar of Texas
Waco-McLennan County Bar Association
Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers Association
Association of Former Law Clerks of the Eastern District of Texas