Holland & Hart Expands Intellectual Property Capabilities in Boise

Attorney Teague Donahey has joined Holland & Hart’s Boise office, expanding the firm’s litigation services within its Intellectual Property practice.

Teague Donahey handles high technology patent litigation disputes on behalf of major corporations, as well as other significant intellectual property, antitrust, and other business litigation in both federal and state courts and before the International Trade Commission (ITC). His cases have involved a range of technologies related to semiconductors, electronics, computer hardware and software,  telecommunications, and more. Before joining Holland & Hart, Donahey was a partner in the San Francisco office of Sidley Austin LLP.

“The addition of Teague to our office from a leading coastal firm broadens our ability to offer clients highly experienced and cost-effective IP litigation solutions,” said Brian Hansen, Holland & Hart’s Boise office administrative partner. “His IP litigation experience accentuates our existing patent prosecution and transactional IP capability in Boise, offering our clients in the state of Idaho and beyond access to a powerful level of local IP support.”

With more than 80 attorneys in its intellectual property group, Holland & Hart has one of the largest full-service intellectual property practices in the Mountain West. With clients including Fortune 500 companies, privately-owned institutions and emerging growth organizations, the group focuses on trademark, patent, IP transactions and IP litigation.  


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