Mr. Caridi’s practice focuses on patent prosecution of inventions relating to material science. Having also spent a significant amount of time litigating IC circuit technologies, he has developed a reputation for expertise in fields such as semiconductor manufacturing. Mr. Caridi began working with the firm’s predecessor in 1998 as part of the ITC practice. Initially, he focused on trademark, trade dress and patent litigation as well as 337 actions before the ITC. During this time, he also completed his course work in chemistry and joined the patent bar.
In addition to technical expertise, Mr. Caridi’s educational background in economic history allows for a macro-level understanding of issues that clients face in a global economy. This unique background gives him a distinct perspective on intellectual property that is routinely acknowledged and valued by clients.
Outside of the office, Mr. Caridi enjoys spending his free time with his sons.