Practice Areas

Intellectual Property, General Business, Litigation


B.A. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1995, Magna Cum Laude
Boston University School of Law, Juris Doctorate, May 2000

Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas
State Bar of Massachusetts


Phone: 713.590.9650

Ira Domnitz

Patent Prosecution, Intellectual Property Law, and Commercial Litigation

Ira Domnitz is an attorney who brings large firm experience to his clients without the large firm cost. Ira worked for many years at some of the larger firms in Texas and on the national stage. Now, he brings this experience to the more intimate setting of Ewing & Jones.

Ira has practiced law before the Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of Texas as well as represented clients before the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals with a case marked as precedential (560 F.3d 1317). He has co-managed high-stakes patent litigation matters and has first and second chair trial experience with favorable results obtained for patent litigation and trade secret matters. Ira drafts and prosecutes patents, patent opinions, and opinion letters, and handles copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets for clients on transactional and litigation matters.

Ira is a graduate of Boston University School of Law, with a specialization in Health Law. He also completed the pre-med curriculum, with an emphasis on Chemistry and over 40 credit hours in hard sciences.

Outside of his law practice, Ira has made Intellectual Property presentations at major conferences as well as CLE presentations on e-discovery and the patent appellate practice. He also has other varied interests. He wrote a novel during college, an article for the Houston Business Journal on electronic protections, and a published science journal article on the litigation of Quantum Dot technologies. He is an authority in many areas of science fiction and fantasy and has presented and opined on such topics at national events.

  • USPTO Certified Patent Attorney
  • United States District Court – Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of Texas
  • United States Court of Appeal – Federal Circuit