David Edmondson Rejoins Several Colleagues; Expansion Continues at XsensusJuly 8, 2019
Xsensus is pleased to welcome David Edmondson to the Xsensus team! His dedication to his clients, along with his background as an examiner at the […]
David Edmondson began his intellectual property career as an examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He now has extensive experience preparation and prosecution of patent applications in a wide variety of disciplines in both the U.S. and foreign jurisdictions.
In addition to his intellectual property expertise, Mr. Edmondson has experience with:
Mr. Edmondson primarily focuses on patents, but his practice encompasses various intellectual property matters, including:
He is successfully able to navigate counseling appropriately for a diverse set of clients from all over the world, from multinational corporations to individuals. His experience also includes drafting patent applications for foreign clients, something typically performed by counsel in their home countries, to ensure that those applications also conform to more stringent United States disclosure standards.
Mr. Edmondson’s trademark experience includes both preparation and prosecution of trademark applications and litigation to enforce trademark rights. The latter has concerned issues of trademark infringement, including the issue of determining whether there is likelihood of confusion between marks including the same words, and antitrust violation.
Mr. Edmondson prides himself on developing strong relationships with clients. His counseling abilities include reviewing clients’ recent technological developments to counsel them on possible patent applications, as well as drafting claims to provide full commercially useful coverage for the inventions. This includes the preparation of claims in continuing applications to maximize coverage of the invention as both the clients and their competitors would likely practice it.