Drawing on his background in electrical engineering and more than a decade of experience as a patent practitioner, Christopher M. Scurry prepares and prosecutes patents for clients across industries, including software, electrical, and telecommunications. He has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications for a wide array of technologies, including:

  • computer hardware and software
  • microelectronic circuits
  • memory systems
  • wireless communication systems
  • autonomous vehicles
  • virtual reality devices
  • signal processing
  • user interfaces

Outside of his work at MBHB, Mr. Scurry provides pro bono legal services and has represented clients in civil litigations in U.S. District Courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Texas trial courts, the Texas Third Court of Appeals, and the Texas Supreme Court.  Mr. Scurry has served as lead counsel for both jury and bench trials.

Mr. Scurry also provides free weekly tennis and soccer lessons to children in the greater Austin area.

  • J.D., University of Houston Law Center
  • B.S., Prairie View A & M University,

    Electrical Engineering

Bar Admissions
  • Texas
  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office


  • Prosecuted patents for Fortune 500 companies related to virtual reality, microelectronics, sound decoding and more.
  • Overcame section 101 objections and secured patent for financial services company.
  • Won victory for digital content distribution company in inter partes review proceeding.
  • Represented payment processing and telecommunications companies in inter partes review proceedings and secured settlements for his clients.

Published Articles

Proveris Scientific v. Innovasystems: Broadening the Scope of the Healthcare Crisis by Narrowing the Scope of the Generic Drug Manufacturer’s Patent Infringement Protection under 35 U.S.C. § 271(e)(1), 11 Hous. Bus. & Tax L. J. 232 (2011).