Roy Salvagio practices intellectual property law, with an emphasis on patent preparation and prosecution in the computer/software arts. Roy has prepared and prosecuted patent applications in a wide variety of technology areas including computer software and hardware, consumer and commercial electronics, user interfaces, chemistry and materials science, and telecommunications.
Roy attended The University of Texas at Austin on academic scholarships awarded by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and the Cockrell School of Engineering, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering in 1998. From 1998 to 2003, Roy worked as an engineering/information technology consultant for Berwanger in Houston and Accenture in Austin.
In 2006, Roy received a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Civil Law from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center. During law school, Roy served as a law clerk at The Louisiana Court of Appeal, First Circuit in Baton Rouge and as a summer associate at multiple law firms in New Orleans.
In his career, Roy has prepared and prosecuted patent applications for numerous corporations, including Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, AT&T, Qualcomm, and T-Mobile. Prior to joining the firm, Roy worked as an associate at Kennedy Lenart Spraggins in Austin.