Travis represents businesses and individuals in federal and state courts across the country in cases involving intellectual property disputes, class actions, and complex commercial litigation.

Travis’s patent and IP litigation experience spans a variety of technologies, including payment systems, mesh technology, blu-ray discs, drone technology, thermostat control systems, soccer shoes, fishing lures, and roofing products.

Within the consumer class action field, Travis has been involved in all aspects of litigation in such cases as In Re: Volkswagen “Clean Diesel” Litigation, Civil Action No. CL2016-9917 (Fairfax County Circuit Court, VA); In Re: Ashley Madison Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, MDL No. 2669 (E.D. Mo.); and Bittner v. Browning Arms Company, 3:17-cv-143-MPM (N.D. Miss.).

Prior to joining Rozier Hardt McDonough, Travis was an associate in the Atlanta office of a national trial firm, where he litigated intellectual property cases, class actions, derivative actions, mass torts, business tort cases, products liability cases, and personal injury cases.

Travis graduated from Auburn University with a double major in History and German. After graduating from Auburn, he attended the University of Mississippi School of Law. While in law school, Travis was active with the Mississippi Law Journal and authored “The Problem With The Lieutenant Governor: A Legislative or Executive Position Under The Separation of Powers Clause,” 84 Miss. L. J. Supra 87 (2015). In addition, Travis served as a legal extern for Judge Robert Q. Whitwell, 18th Chancery Court District in Mississippi, and he participated in the Transactional Law Clinic, advising and assisting low-income clients in forming for-profit and nonprofit organizations.

Education
  • University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D. cum laude,
    Mississippi Law Journal
  • Auburn University, B.A. History and German, magna cum laude
Admitted to Practice
  • United States District Court — Eastern District of Texas
  • United States District Court — Western District of Texas
  • United States District Court — Northern District of California
  • United States District Court — Northern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court — Middle District of Georgia
  • United States District Court — Southern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court — Northern District of Alabama
  • United States District Court — Middle District of Alabama
  • United States District Court — Colorado
  • California
  • Georgia

Alabama

Publications and Presentations
  • “The Problem With The Lieutenant Governor: A Legislative or Executive Position Under The Separation of Powers Clause,” 84 Miss. L. J. Supra 87 (2015)