Anthony H. Cataldo is an associate in the Intellectual Property Department of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Boston office. Mr. Cataldo concentrates his practice on intellectual property, focusing primarily on patent, trademark and trade secret litigation. He has handled all aspects of litigation from investigation through trial and appeal. Mr. Cataldo has represented clients in matters before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals and federal district courts. He also has experience in negotiating and drafting license agreements, conducting intellectual property diligence, policing trademark use, prosecuting applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and managing outside counsel in global prosecution.
Mr. Cataldo has experience in handling matters across a broad variety of technologies including computer software and hardware, networking systems, digital video systems, medical devices and pharmaceuticals.
Mr. Cataldo’s pro bono activities include representing unaccompanied children in obtaining lawful permanent residence in the United States before the U.S. Immigration Court and Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts.
Prior to joining Pepper Hamilton, Mr. Cataldo was an associate at Goodwin Procter and at Proskauer Rose.
Before entering the practice of law, Mr. Cataldo worked as a virology quality control analyst for MassBiologics, a manufacturer of vaccines and biologic products.