Edward practices in all areas of intellectual property law, most recently focusing his work on U.S. patent and trademark prosecution, counseling, and licensing.
Edward renders legal opinions and advises clients on infringement, freedom to operate, and validity issues in the electrical, mechanical, and business method arts concerning the following technologies: medical devices, communications systems, home furnishings, components and telephony (optical and mobile communications) systems, analog and digital circuitry, microelectronics and semiconductor device design, optic and laser technologies (including amplification and optical routing), teleconferencing systems, RF amplification, spectroscopy, software and DSP systems, thermal dissipation devices, consumer products, and manufacturing processes.
A substantial portion of Edward’s practice is devoted to trademark and copyright matters. He represents and assists clients in all aspects of securing trademark and copyright protection, in litigation, and in the enforcement and licensing of trademarks and copyrights. He has represented clients in pretrial proceedings and in oral and written arguments before federal courts and before examiners and various tribunals of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and other U.S. government agencies.
Edward earned his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, College of Engineering in 1987 and his law degree from New York Law School in 1991.