Jon Collins Rice is a partner in Mayer Brown’s Houston office and a member of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. He focuses on complex commercial litigation, including corporate management liability, securities, and insurance coverage disputes.
Jon regularly handles matters arising from almost all types of commercial insurance policies including D&O, employment practice, professional, broker/dealer, cyber breach, media and general commercial.
Jon also represents accused infringers and patent holders in intellectual property/patent litigation. These actions have involved technology ranging from drill ships to computer systems, software, and network privacy.
- Rice University, MA, American Intellectual History
- The University of Chicago Law School, JD
- Southwest University, BA, magna cum laude
Admissions : Texas
- Houston Bar Foundation, Fellow
- Houston Bar Association
- Spring Branch Memorial Sports Association (SBMSA), Coach
- Represent insurer in action brought by mortgage company seeking policy coverage for defense and settlement of state attorney general action. At issue was whether asserted wrongful acts met policy’s definition of “professional service.” Obtained summary judgment in favor of client.
- Represent insurer in action involving the destruction of a Dallas architectural landmark and a private art collection valued at more than $30 million. Obtained favorable settlement.
- Represent insurers in complex commercial and large residential coverage disputes arising from property damage and business interruption losses caused by events such as hurricanes and fires.
- Represent telecommunications company in patent infringement action filed in the Eastern District of Texas. Client asserted that the defendants’ switches and routers infringed its patent. Obtained $30 million jury verdict in favor of client.
- Represent Internet communications company in patent infringement action filed in the Eastern District of Texas. Obtained favorable settlement after jury trial.
- Represent wireless technology company in patent infringement action filed in the Eastern District of Texas. Client asserted that the defendant’s digital wireless infrastructure infringed client’s patents. Obtained favorable settlement on eve of trial.
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