Anthony M. Radice is a partner at the New York Office of Morrison & Foerster and has been with the firm since its inception in 1987. He heads the firm's litigation practice group and its pro bono activities in New York.
Mr. Radice is experienced in complex commercial litigation and has tried cased before courts and juries in many federal and state jurisdictions. He has particular expertise in intellectual property, antitrust, and patent appeals in the Second, Seventh, and Federal Circuits. In the US Supreme Court, Mr. Radice argued the patent-antitrust case that determined the limits of patent jurisdiction of the Federal Circuit.
Mr. Radice has been and officer and trustee of the Federal Bar Council since 1985, is a member of the First Department Disciplinary Committee, and an SDNY mediator. He lectures on trial practice, deposition skills, and legal ethics.
Mr. Radice received an AB from Cornell University in 1996 and a JD from Cornell Law School in 1969. While at the Law School, he was the articles editor for the Cornell Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif.