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Education

  • J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law, with high honors, 1991
  • B.S., Tufts University, Chemical Engineering, cum laude, 1981

Bar Admissions

  • Connecticut
  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office

Memberships & Affiliations

Hartford County Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section

Connecticut Bar Association

Eric E. Grondahl

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  • T: 860.275.6704
    F: 860.724.3397

Mr. Grondahl is a partner in the firm's Intellectual Property/Information Technology Group. His practice focuses on patent prosecution, licensing and patent infringement litigation, concentrating on chemicals, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.  Mr. Grondahl's patent prosecution practice includes representation of chemical and petrochemical manufacturing companies, medical device manufacturers, colleges and universities, independent researchers and companies involved in biotechnology and pharmaceutical research.  He has obtained patents covering various medical treatments, including methods for cancer treatment.

Mr. Grondahl's litigation practice includes copyright, trademark and patent infringement matters.  He has successfully defended clients accused of infringement, and has also successfully represented patentees and copyright owners in infringement litigation.

Prior to practicing law, Mr. Grondahl worked in the nuclear power industry in the Nuclear Materials and Chemistry Department of an equipment vendor and later an electric utility.

Mr. Grondahl was designated as a Connecticut Super Lawyer for 2011-2017. Super Lawyers is published by Thomson Reuters. Click here for their methodology. A description of their selection process can be found in the respective links above. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Representative Matters

Hale Propeller v. Ryan Marine Products, Ltd. et al. (obtained summary judgment in favor of accused infringer).
U.S. Patent No. 6,524,855, "Methods for Inducing the Differentiation of Monocytes Into Functional Dendritic Cells."
U.S. Patent No. 6,387,058, "Self-Sampling Brush and Method for Use."