EDWARD RADLO

My practice consists of patent prosecution, licensing, opinions, and litigation support in the general area of information technology, with an emphasis on data security, cryptography, computer networks, software, and telecommunications. I also help clients comply with U.S. export control laws, particularly with respect to encryption items. I've represented a number of leading universities and corporations, including MIT, Stanford, Washington University, Ford, Apple, Canon, Loral, Lockheed, and Symantec; plus highly innovative startups and individuals. I successfully represented MIT in federal court litigation over the validity of the RSA patent, covering the first useful, and most widely used, implementation of public key cryptography.

LOCATION: San Francisco Bay Area, CA

LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN: California, United States Patent and Trademark Office

CURRENT FIRM: Radlo IP Law Group

PRIOR FIRM(S): Fenwick & West  |  Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal

LAW SCHOOL: Harvard University

HONORS AND AWARDS: Northern California Super Lawyer (5 years), Who's Who in the World (11 editions), Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award (2017), Guide to the World's Leading Patent Law Practitioners (now "Expert Guides"; 9 editions).

PRACTICE AREA(S):

Intellectual Property

(Litigation — Patent, Patent Law, Patent Prosecution, Counseling and Strategy, Trademark Prosecution, Counseling and Strategy)

Regulatory

(Export Control Law)

INDUSTRY: Information technology, cybersecurity, cryptography, computer hardware, software, telecommunications, satellites, semiconductors, electrical circuits, networking.


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