Thomas A. Rammer, II focuses on patent litigation. His practice centers on Hatch-Waxman litigation and includes experience with pharmaceuticals, medical devices, semiconductors, software, and electronics.
Tom performs all phases of litigation from discovery and jury selection through witness examination, and substantive motion and closing arguments. A conscientious and compelling litigator, he has served as second chair and is particularly skilled in finding, investigating, and preparing expert witnesses.
The effectiveness of Tom’s oral advocacy skills have been noted by both clients and counsel in pre-trial mock jury presentations. His work also includes a history of beneficial negotiations with opposing parties and jury trial closing arguments, and he has a track-record of troubleshooting patent claim construction arguments; motions in limine; Daubert motions; and summary judgement motions, along with multiple discovery motion arguments.
Tom has extensive drafting experience as well, including pleadings, dispositive motions, pretrial orders and motions, post-trial briefs and findings of fact, petitions for inter partes review, Supreme Court amicus briefs, and numerous appellate briefs.
Known for his thorough counsel, engaging demeanor, and talent at fostering team cohesion, Tom also advises clients on patent landscapes and current trends in developing case law.