John Normile has more than 25 years experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in numerous intellectual property cases involving pharmaceutical products, computer equipment and peripheries, graphic plotters, security systems, consumer goods, medical devices, farming machinery, aerospace devices, automobile safety devices, packaging equipment, consumer products, and infant and adult nutritional formulations. Among the clients for whom he has worked are Bic Corporation, Fenwal Blood Technologies, Purdue Pharma, and Schweitzer-Mauduit International.
John has acted as trial counsel before several of the federal and appellate courts in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Texas, Arizona, Illinois, Ohio, and California; the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second and Federal Circuits; and the U.S. Supreme Court. In addition to his litigation practice, he is extensively involved in developing individual and corporate intellectual property strategies, including prosecution, licensing, and enforcement strategies involving all forms of intellectual property.
John is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the New York Intellectual Property Law Association. He is an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School, where he teaches a course in patent litigation and strategy, and has authored and participated in the preparation of numerous articles and CLE programs addressing intellectual property law.
John is actively involved in civic and church matters and serves on the parish finance council of St. Thomas More Church in Darien, Connecticut.
Purdue pursues patent infringement suit involving OxyContin(R) against generic drug maker Teva
Purdue defends against claims of patent infringement
Fenwal obtains reversal of $18M jury verdict