Dana LeJune,
Copyright Lawyer

When Dana LeJune was asked by a former personal injury client, a photographer, to help when his work was used without his consent, it set in motion a copyright infringement practice that has spanned three decades and helped many dozens of artists protect their work. Mr. LeJune combines his skills as an exceptional trial lawyer with a deep understanding of what is right for his artist clients.

Special Recognition

Mr. LeJune became board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial Law in 1991, and has maintained that certification ever since.

Mr. LeJune is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review RatedSM by Martindale-Hubbell® — the premiere rating by the oldest and most respected legal professional evaluator in America.

He is the “recommended attorney” for the Texas Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers, and has represented many members of that organization.


Dana LeJune is admitted to practice in all Texas state courts as well as all four federal districts of Texas. He is also admitted to practice in the following federal courts around the nation:

  • Western Districts of Tennessee
  • Western District of Michigan
  • District of Colorado
  • Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin
  • Northern District of Indiana
  • District of Nebraska
  • Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas
  • Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan
  • Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals
  • U.S. Supreme Court

Diverse Experience in Civil Trials

Over his storied legal career, Mr. LeJune has litigated and tried a myriad of civil litigation:

  • Copyright infringement & Lanham Act
    • Photographers
    • Architects
    • Draftsmen
    • Illustrators
    • Designers and design firms
    • Public relations firms
    • Advertising agencies
  • Business
    • Breach of contract
    • Partnership
    • Shareholder
    • Non-competition
    • Antitrust
    • Unfair competition
  • Labor and employment
    • Wrongful termination
    • Age, race and sex discrimination
    • Sexual harassment
      • Hostile work environment
      • Quid pro quo retaliatory discharge

  • Consumer law and deceptive trade practice
    • Home and car defects and “rip-offs”
  • Personal injury
    • Automobile collisions
    • Product liability (defective products)
    • Nonsubscriber workplace injuries (on-the-job injuries where the employer does not have workers compensation insurance)
    • Premises liability
      • Inadequate security
      • Slip/trip and falls
  • Professional negligence
    • Medical malpractice
    • Architectural malpractice
    • Accounting malpractice
    • Legal malpractice
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