Buether Joe & Carpenter Announces Hiring of New Associate Mark Perantie
Updated: Jun 24, 2019
DALLAS (December 1, 2010) – Buether Joe & Carpenter, LLC – an intellectual property and commercial litigation boutique law firm – is pleased to announce that Mark D. Perantie has joined the firm as an associate. Mark will work with the other members of the firm primarily representing clients involved in patent infringement litigation.
Mark has extensive experience in the fields of electrical engineering and software, and his practice includes advising clients regarding patent infringement and validity issues involving a variety of technologies in the federal courts and the International Trade Commission.
Mr. Perantie joins BJC from the Dallas office of Thompson & Knight, LLP. Mr. Perantie holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Oklahoma and worked as a software engineer for several years before attending law school at the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University, where he graduated cum laude.
“We are very excited that Mark has brought his legal talent and professional expertise to Buether Joe & Carpenter. He has the kind of real world technical education, experience and knowledge of the law that our clients find highly valuable in intellectual property litigation,” says founding partner Chris Joe.
Co-founder Eric Buether added, “Mark deepens and broadens BJC’s bandwidth for handling patent litigation. His addition to our team is another step forward toward fulfilling the firm’s goal to become one of the premier patent litigation boutiques in the country.”
Buether Joe & Carpenter, LLC is an intellectual property and commercial litigation boutique law firm focusing on patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition lawsuits, as well as antitrust, contract and other business disputes for both plaintiffs and defendants. BJC offers clients the expertise of attorneys with decades of experience in handling complex litigation in an effective and efficient manner.