James Perkins brings an engineer’s mind and years of experience handling complex commercial disputes to the team at Stanton LLP.
Prior to joining Stanton LLP, James practiced at a litigation boutique with a national commercial litigation practice. There he focused primarily on representing patent owners in complex patent litigation in Federal courts. James helped win favorable outcomes for his clients against some of the largest companies in the world, including numerous Fortune 100 companies. He also has experience in matters involving antitrust, false advertising under the Lanham Act, unfair competition, trade secret misappropriation, the False Claims Act, and construction litigation, among others.
James is married to Cassie Perkins, a former middle school teacher and professional home organizer for NEAT Method. James is the son of a retired Dallas fireman, and Cassie is the daughter of a Garland police officer, so the Guns and Hoses Foundation of North Texas, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the families of fallen first responders, is near and dear to their hearts. When away from work, James can be found on the golf course or helping Cassie try to keep track of their four cats and two dogs.
Texas Rising Star (2019)
When my political future was on the line, I was comforted to know that I had superior representation and the results exceeded my high expectations.
Philip T. Kingston
Georgetown University Law Center
- Juris Doctor
Texas A&M University
- Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
- Distinguished Student Award for Academic Achievement
- Dean’s Honor Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas