Austin A.Ball


San Diego + 1.858.314.1136

Austin Ball represents clients in complex intellectual property litigation as well as in transactional matters. His experience spans a range of practice areas, including patent litigation, trade secret disputes, technology transactions, and corporate law. He has experience in various stages of litigation and transactional matters, including factual investigation, due diligence, drafting complaints, discovery, and motion practice.

Austin maintains an active pro bono practice and has represented refugees through Jones Day's Laredo Project. He is also a member of the San Diego Intellectual Property Law Association.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Austin acquired substantial knowledge in engineering principles and various technologies during his graduate program in biomedical engineering and during his work experiences at Teledyne RD Instruments and Helix Brewing Company.


  • Monster Beverage acquires CANarchyJones Day is advising Monster Beverage Corporation in the $330 million acquisition of CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective LLC, a craft beer and hard seltzer company.
  • The Duchossois Group sells The Chamberlain Group LLC to BlackstoneJones Day advised The Duchossois Group, Inc. in the sale of The Chamberlain Group LLC, a global leader in smart access solutions, to private equity funds managed by Blackstone.
  • Twin River Worldwide Holdings acquires iconic Bally's brand from Caesars EntertainmentJones Day advised Twin River Worldwide Holdings, Inc. in the acquisition of the iconic Bally's brand previously owned by Caesars Entertainment, Inc.
  • Seal for Life acquires Flame Control Coatings, Highland International, LifeLast, and US CoatingsJones Day advised Arsenal Capital Partners ("ACP") on the four acquisitions by portfolio company Seal for Life of Flame Control Coatings, Highland International, LifeLast, and US Coatings, manufacturers of protective coating technologies.
  • Additional Publications

    • November 25, 2019
      Federal Circuit Three Times More Likely to Rule 36 Patent Owner-Appellants
    • November 8, 2019
      Privacy Management Patent Invalidated as Abstract in Post Grant Review