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About David Aldrich

Dave has experience in all areas of patent, trademark, and copyright law, including prosecution, litigation, opinions, licensing, and counseling. His practice canvasses a wide array of technological areas, including pharmaceuticals, medical instruments, optics, analytical instruments, and mechanical devices.

He also has significant experience in various types of patent litigation. Notably, he was involved in the seminal case Knorr-Bremse v. Dana and Haldex, an en banc appellate decision restoring the attorney-client privilege to patent law. Dave has represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants in numerous patent litigations, including multiple cases related to medical systems. Dave also has significant experience litigating pharmaceutical patents, including both the preparation of Paragraph IV notice letters and the litigation of Hatch-Waxman ANDA cases, which have involved generic versions of drugs such as Sporanox®, Zofran®, Abilify®, Actos®, Coreg®, Doryx®, MetroGel®, and Pulmicort Respules®.

Additionally, Dave is highly experienced in the prosecution of patents in many different technologies. He has drafted hundreds of patent applications and has prosecuted countless more cases before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He has also successfully argued multiple appeals before the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences.