Edward P. Dolido, Associate Village Justice

Edward P. Dolido is a litigator and officer of Storch Amini who represents clients in intellectual property disputes and complex commercial litigation. His IP practice has included patent infringement/declaratory judgment actions relating to both apparatus and method patents; trademark infringement litigation involving industrial and consumer goods and entertainment properties; and trade secret disputes involving technologies and design.

During his career, Ed has also handled myriad commercial disputes involving contracts, securities, consumer protection, product liability, real estate, employment and various other subjects. He has represented Fortune 50 companies, as well as small companies and individuals, in matters resolved in the federal and state trial and appellate courts, in mediation, and in domestic and international arbitration under the rules of various administrative bodies.

Ed joined Storch Amini in 2012, after 23 years at the international law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski LLP where he was a partner in the litigation, intellectual property and international arbitration departments. Since 2007, Ed has served as the Associate Village Justice for the Incorporated Village of Upper Brookville, NY.

Ed received his J.D. from Boston University and is licensed to practice law in New York.