A member of the firm’s Intellectual Property litigation group, and a registered U.S. patent attorney, Scott Eidson focuses on complex intellectual property matters pending in state, federal and appellate courts throughout the United States. He is also experienced in handling commercial and contract disputes.
With a deep understanding of the value of an organization’s intellectual property, Scott provides strategic advice and defense in litigious situations. Much of his work in this area consists of representation in disputes involving infringements of patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade dress. Scott understands the business considerations of his clients and helps organizations protect their investment in intellectual property rights.
Helping to protect organizations from unfair competition, Scott counsels clients regarding licensing agreements, trademark dilution and trade secret misappropriation. In addition, he defends companies against patent infringement allegations brought by license acquisition companies (patent trolls).
Currently, Scott is also an adjunct professor at the Washington University School of Law teaching trademark litigation.