Edward Michael O'Toole, American lawyer. Bar: United States District Court (northern district) Illinois 1961, United States Court Appeals 1965, Supreme Court of the United States Court. Captain United States Army, 1962-1965. Member American Bar Association, Chicago Patent Law Association, Law Club, Union League Club, Intellectual Property Law Association Chicago, Federal Circuit Bar Association, Chicago Lawyers Club.
Worked at Marshall, O'Toole, Gerstein, Murray & Borun (Chicago, Illinois) specializing in Intellectual Property, Antitrust Law and Related Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1962, Illinois. Member, Notre Dame Law Review, 1959-1961.
Law Clerk, United States. Court of Appeals, 1961-1962. Author: "Amgen and Scripps: Decided and Undecided Issues," presented at the Seventh Annual Biotechnology Law Institute, 1991.
"Recent Experiences with the Markman Hearing," presented at the 41st Annual Conference on Developments in Intellectual Property Law 1997. Member: Federal Circuit and American Bar Associations. Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago.
Legal Club of Chicago. Law Club of Chicago. Marshall, O'Toole, Gerstein, Murray & Borun was founded almost 50 years ago and continues to provide a full range of intellectual property law services for domestic and international clients.
The firm specializes in worldwide acquisition, protection, and enforcement of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. Firm attorneys have acquired extensive litigation experience in United States courts and before the International Trade Commission. Clients are counseled in foreign litigation and related proceedings throughout Europe and Asia, and in Canada, Mexico, South Africa and Australia.
Patent Prosecution and litigation encompasses all areas of technology, with a strong orientation to the electronic, mechanical, chemical and biological sciences, including protein chemistry, molecular biology, immunology, pharmacology, and all recombinant technologies.