Quinn Patrick Stine joined Morgan & Morgan in 2020 and is based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. His practice at the firm concentrates on class action and mass tort litigation (e.g., data breaches and pharmaceuticals).
Mr. Stine received his undergraduate degree from the North Dakota State University where he majored in Political Science and History. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa College of Law and went on to receive his Masters of Laws in Intellectual Property from the George Washington University Law School. His practice concentrates on utilities and renewable energy, telecommunications, corporate law and litigation, real property, Blockchain, and intellectual property.
Mr. Stine participated as a panel member at U.S. Copyright Office’s round table on the applicability of the fine artist’s resale royalty right under U.S. copyright law in 2013. He is also the author of Resale Royalty Right: Redux (2013) and a co-author of Application Programming Interfaces (“APIs”) A Primer and Discussion of Oracle America v. Google (2013).
- North Dakota State University
- University of Tulsa College of Law
- George Washington University Law School
- District of Columbia