Thomas J. Campbell, Jr. represents clients in patent and trademark prosecution, litigation, and post-grant challenges before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Tom has a broad base of expertise in various technological and business areas, with particular experience in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical and medical device inventions. Tom also has a wide range of experience drafting invalidity opinions, investigating freedom to operate, counseling on strategic portfolio management, and conducting due diligence investigations prior to acquisition or merger.
During and prior to law school, Tom worked for Abbott Laboratories as a pharmacologist in its Advanced Technology Division to identify potential drug candidates and generated a cardiovascular side-effect profile for selected drug candidates. His skill as a researcher was recognized in 2005 when he received Abbott’s Global Pharmaceutical Research and Development Award for Leadership. This experience as a scientist enables Tom to effectively communicate with clients and inventors seeking patent protection or counseling.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas J. Campbell Jr