Ed Haughey's practice covers the full spectrum of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on patent and trademark litigation. His experience encompasses a broad range of technologies across the mechanical, electrical, computer, and pharmaceutical industries. He has represented business and industry leaders in litigations in the U.S. district and appellate courts and in Section 337 investigations before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).
In addition to his litigation practice, Ed regularly counsels clients on patent and trademark protection, clearance, licensing, and enforcement strategies. He also is Co-Chair of the firm’s ITC Section 337 Litigation Practice Group.
His active pro bono practice includes representing veterans and non-profit organizations, and Ed has been recognized by the Federal Circuit Bar Association for his pro bono service.
In re Certain Toner Cartridges and Components Thereof
Between 2013-2015, Ed helped long-time Fitzpatrick client Canon obtain two of only five general exclusion orders issued by the International Trade Commission during that three-year period. The general exclusion orders encompass seven patents protecting Canon’s valuable toner cartridge technology, and prohibit the importation of all infringing products irrespective of source. In related district court litigations, Canon obtained 40 permanent injunctions against more than 60 defendants.