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Thomas "TJ" Gohn


Direct Dial: 214.730.5659
Direct Fax: 972.630.4489

E-mail: TJ.Gohn@BJCIPLaw.com

1700 Pacific Avenue, Suite 4750
Dallas, Texas 75201

TJ’s practice is focused primarily on intellectual property litigation. His cases have involved microphone beamforming, internet content association, and flow cytometry. He has a background in Electrical Engineering and specializes in data and signal processing.


Before joining the Firm, TJ litigated IP cases defending against NPEs.  He also practiced in the Middle East litigating international regulatory and diplomatic disputes.

Representative Matters

Represents video game development corporation as Plaintiff in variety of patent infringement litigation cases relating to graphics rendering of 3D video games.


Represents technology company as Plaintiff in case involving real-time location and POI mapping.


Represents technology company as Plaintiff in case involving Bluetooth in computer peripherals.



J.D., University of Texas, 2015

B.S. Electrical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude, University of Texas at Dallas, 2012 

Court Admissions


All Texas State Courts

Professional & Community Activities

Member, State Bar of Texas

Member, Dallas Bar Association

Member, Dallas Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section

Member, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers

Registered Patent Attorney, United States Patent & Trademark Office

Member, PTAB Bar Association

Publications & Speaking Engagements

Author, "Post TC Heartland Decision Calls Into Question Rule 12 Waiver Doctrine in Patent Cases,” Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld 2017


Author, “Judge Chhabria Excludes Damages Survey Based on the Survey’s Reliance Upon a Rejected Claim Construction,” Cases,” Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld 2017


Author, “Judge Bloom Hits Bombardier with Enhanced Ongoing Royalty Damages and Treble Damages Following Patent Infringement Loss,” Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld 2017


Author, “Federal Circuit Clarifies the Applicability of Alice to Software Patents,” Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld 2016