Greg Hasley is an experienced intellectual property attorney focusing his practice on patents, trade secrets, and trademarks. After having spent almost 30 years practicing IP law, including 10 years as a partner at a large international law firm, Greg founded the IP practice at Hasley Scarano to provide a forum for high-level intellectual property counsel and personal service to clients. He has represented clients as lead counsel or intellectual property counsel in patent infringement cases, trade secret and migrating employee litigation, trademark and unfair competition suits, and post-grant administrative proceedings before the United States Patent & Trademark Office. In addition to litigation, a substantial portion of his practice relates to strategic counseling on intellectual property matters, including practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, maintenance of significant patent and trademark dockets, technology licensing and acquisition, freedom to operate opinions, corporate due diligence on intellectual property matters, and other intellectual property protections issues.
Jennifer A. Hasley's statewide trial practice focuses on civil litigation, professional responsibility, attorney disciplinary and disability law, and a broad range of professional liability and legal malpractice claims involving negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, fraud and other deceptive practices. Jennifer is board certified in civil trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Prior to forming the law firm of Hasley Scarano in 2006, she spent more than eight years as an Assistant Disciplinary Counsel in the Office of the Chief Disciplinary Counsel of the State Bar of Texas. She represented the State Bar of Texas and the Commission for Lawyer Discipline in disciplinary and disability proceedings involving attorney misconduct. Jennifer is a recognized speaker on legal ethics and professionalism.
Jennifer has the proud distinction of being the fifth woman President of the Houston Bar Association in its 150-year history, serving during the 2021-22 bar year.