Denver, Colorado, United States
Eamonn Gardner's practice focuses on intellectual property and technology litigation, with a particular
emphasis in patent litigation. He also maintains an active patent counseling practice, including patent
prosecution and support for patent licensing and transactional matters.
Eamonn has experience with a broad variety of technologies including wireless communication,
semiconductor device design and fabrication, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, motion sensing, voice
control systems, photovoltaic modules, thin-film deposition systems, spectroscopic devices, air filtration
systems and software. He has experience representing clients in district court litigation, arbitration,
International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations, and Patent Office proceedings, as well as advising
clients with issues related to the Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) process and the abbreviated
regulatory pathway for biosimilars (BPCIA).
While at Harvard, Eamonn was a student attorney for the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and served as a
research assistant under Professor Arthur Miller.
Eamonn has extensive experience teaching and lecturing on patent law, including serving as an adjunct
professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where he taught patent law.
Eamonn previously worked in Cooley's San Diego office.
Speaking In
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM (PDT)
Wednesday, June 15
Biotech businesspeople who are inexperienced with biosimilars need a plain English explanation of…