Ed grew up in the small Oklahoma Panhandle town of Hooker. After earning his degree in Chemical Engineering, Ed worked in the oil industry while attending law school. After several years at firms, Ed decided that he wanted to tackle the cases that interested him in his own way, and he started his own practice in 1997. Along the way, Ed became licensed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a Patent Attorney. Ed has secured many multi-million-dollar results in a wide range of cases from patent infringement, to oil royalties, to governmental misconduct, to over-billing of consumers. Ed has secured hundreds of patents, trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property registrations for his clients and helped them negotiate deals to protect their intellectual property portfolios.
First Things First
A lawyer's duties include not only winning, but ensuring that his client's most important objectives are achieved. Ed understands that for his clients, the big picture must be kept in mind, and the most important things must be protected.