Rory Radding Joins New York Office of Edwards Wildman

    The law firm of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP (EAPD) is pleased to announce that Rory Radding, a nationally recognized intellectual property and patent litigation lawyer, is joining the firm as an IP partner in the New York office.

    Radding has advised clients on a range of IP disputes, including, for example, trademarks, trade secrets, and patents. He brings considerable experience in developing international IP strategies, including plans for clients in the life sciences industry, as well as the telecommunications, high tech, and e-commerce sectors. His background also includes cross-border transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, the establishment of joint ventures, and international and domestic technology transfers.

    “Rory adds a significant component to our IP practice capabilities in New York and throughout the Firm, and we are very pleased that he has opted to join our team,” said Scott Wofsy, the chair of EAPD’s IP department. “With his knowledge and experience in the IP sector, Rory will make an immediate contribution to our growing department.”

    Radding joins EAPD from Morrison Foerster, where he was head of the IP / Patent Group in New York. He has acted as lead counsel in several federal and appellate court cases across the country throughout his career, as well as before the United States Supreme Court. Additionally, he has litigated before the United States International Trade Commission in the areas of chemical catalysis, video games, electronic switches, chemiluminescence, tractors and bar code readers. Before joining Morrison Foerster, Radding was a senior partner at Pennie & Edmonds, where he practiced for more than 30 years. And previously, he was a pharmaceutical chemist and an environmental chemist.

    Radding earned his undergraduate degree from Hamilton College and his law degree from Albany Law School of Union University. He is admitted to practice in New York.

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