Ed represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation. His practice focuses on antitrust, intellectual property, and other high-stakes commercial litigation matters, with an emphasis on disputes in the technology and healthcare sectors. In every case, Ed brings the ability to master complicated factual and legal issues and refine them into clear, compelling arguments for judges and juries.
Ed has substantial experience in effectively and efficiently managing cases through all stages of litigation. Recently, he co-led discovery and managed trial preparation for a major technology company in one of the largest-ever intellectual property and antitrust disputes. He also co-led discovery efforts for the firm’s defense of Uber in a $1.6 billion trade secret and patent infringement case concerning technologies for self-driving vehicles.
Before he joined the firm, Ed worked in political campaigns and as a public policy consultant.