Morgan T. Lynch
Morgan is an associate in Ferguson Case Orr Paterson’s intellectual property group. His practice consists of patent litigation and prosecution as well as trademark and trade dress prosecution and enforcement. Morgan has represented clients in technologies including medical devices, computer vision and data retrieval, digital media and video game simulation.
Morgan graduated cum laude from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2018, the same year he was admitted to the California State Bar. He earned certificates from both the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution and the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law, intellectual property track, at Pepperdine. He was also the managing editor for Pepperdine Law’s Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law. While in law school, Morgan clerked at Koppel Patrick Heybl and Philpott in Westlake Village before joining the intellectual property department of a local manufacturer.
After law school, Morgan began pursuing a Master’s in Electrical Engineering from California State University, Northridge, which he intends to complete in 2022. Before joining Ferguson Case Orr Paterson, Morgan practiced in a boutique intellectual property litigation firm in Century City. There he represented clients primarily in patent litigation suits before various federal district courts in addition to a high-profile, complex consumer fraud action in the State of Arizona.
Outside work, Morgan enjoys spending time with family and friends and visiting local breweries.