Dorian Ojemen

Dorian Ojemen

Baker & McKenzie LLP


Dorian Ojemen is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group and resides in the Firm’s Houston Office. He focuses on intellectual property (IP) litigation as well as matters involving data privacy and data protection.

Before joining the Firm, Dorian served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Amos Mazzant III of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. While serving as a judicial law clerk, he worked closely with the judge and gained significant experience in patent and trade secret actions in federal district court.

Practice Focus

Dorian focuses his practice not only on IP litigation but also on transactional issues in global privacy and data protection, including data security and data breach notification. His IP experience involves handling different aspects of litigation case management, including pre-litigation analyses, discovery, and trial preparation. He has assisted clients with technologies in the computer software, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology fields. Dorian also counsels clients on various IP aspects of business decisions and transactions.

His data privacy experience involves assisting companies of various sizes in responding to cybersecurity incidents, including data breaches and ransomware attacks. Dorian has managed data incident responses, handled breach notifications, and conducted due diligence reviews.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Representing an agricultural biotechnology firm in the Western District of Wisconsin, where the client asserted claims of patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation.


  • Texas~United States (2016)
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office~United States (2014)


  • St. Mary's University School of Law (JD, cum laude) (2016)
  • Rice University (Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Cell Biology) (2011)


  • English
  • Co-author, “Overlooked Patent Cases: Scrutiny of Damage Apportionment,” Law360, Oct. 2020

  • Author, “The Ethics of Inter Partes Review Before the USPTO,” 47 St. Mary’s L.J. 645 (2016)