Joseph Abraham's practice concentrates on complex civil litigation, including patent litigation.
Complex Commercial Litigation
Currently representing a major pharmaceutical manufacturer in contractual dispute relating to a billion-dollar product in private arbitration.
Currently representing a major medical device manufacturer in contractual dispute in private arbitration.
Currently representing financial guaranty insurers in disputes relating to mortgage-backed securities, in both state and federal court.
Represented group self-insurance trusts in challenging regulatory and legislative actions relating to the New York State Workers' Compensation Law on due process and takings grounds.
Represented a nationwide provider of construction equipment financing in contractual dispute in state court.
Represented a global software company in real-estate dispute in private arbitration.
Represented a global law firm in state-court dispute over “no hire” provision in an agreement contemplating merger.
Currently representing a manufacturer of simulated high-altitude training systems in action for patent infringement in U.S. District Court.
Represented a medical device manufacturer in billion-dollar damages action for patent infringement in U.S. District Court.
Represented a medical device manufacturer in appeal on damages and validity issues before the Federal Circuit.
Represented a medical device manufacturer in claim for patent infringement in private arbitration.
Represented a major pharmaceutical manufacturer and a university's non-profit technology transfer affiliate in a patent infringement dispute arising under the Hatch-Waxman Act.
Represented a major pharmaceutical company in connection with allegations of false advertising under the Lanham Act.
Regulatory and Investigations
Currently representing group self-insurance trusts in regulatory matters before the New York State Workers' Compensation Board.
Represented a nationwide banking firm in response to investigations conducted by government agencies relating to auction rate securities.
Currently serving as Assistant Counsel to the New York State Commission on Judicial Nomination.
Represented a non-profit provider of legal services in a contractual dispute with a vendor.
Represented pro bono clients of the firm in concert with MFY Legal Services and The Legal Aid Society.