Edmond Ahadome is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. He focuses his practice on patent litigation in federal district courts. Mr. Ahadome has litigated cases involving a range of industries and technologies, including medical devices, communication networks, and matters in the mechanical and chemical fields. He also has experience in a host of other intellectual property matters and has a proficiency in learning technology in a range of fields. He uses his background in biology and engineering to help his clients develop winning strategies as efficiently as possible.
Mr. Ahadome’s litigation experience includes matters before US district courts and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has prepared non-infringement and invalidity contentions, managed fact discovery, worked with fact and expert witnesses to prepare declarations and expert reports, and prepared presentations for technical tutorials.
A former software engineer at Boston Scientific, Mr. Ahadome has an insider's perspective on the needs and concerns of clients within the medical technology sector and a strong grasp on the products that drive that industry. He has experience designing, developing and testing medical devices. At Boston Scientific, he also worked directly with physicians and other clinicians to solve complex issues related to monitoring patients remotely.
During law school, Mr. Ahadome served as the student director of the Intellectual Property Moot Court. He participated in the 40th annual Giles Rich Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition, where he won the best advocate in the northeastern region. He has been recognized by the National Black Lawyers as one of its Top 40 under 40 lawyers.