Bradley F. Rademaker guides clients to protect their intellectual property rights with strategic portfolio development and litigation. He is a registered patent attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has litigated numerous cases through trial verdict—cases involving complex patented technology, trademark rights to protect market position, as well as false advertisement and unfair competition claims. Throughout his career, he has guided companies to minimize the risk of infringement liability, build assets for competitive strength, and advised on assessment of intellectual property assets for joint ventures, corporate acquisitions, and new product launches.
In litigation, Brad has served as lead trial counsel in numerous patent cases related to diverse technologies, including laser sintering, metal forming technology, paper physics, high-voltage transformers, medical/surgical devices, beverage formulations and bank processing methods. He also has served as trial counsel in trademark counterfeiting cases, including a successful jury verdict in a case concerning commercial circuit breakers, as well as cases related to consumer products and trade dress rights, design patents, and trade secret rights relating to employee departure and franchise arrangements.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Bradley Rademaker