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Edward H. Rice

Principal
Miller Canfield
Chicago

Practice Area: IP & IP Litigation

    All-Star

    WHAT CLIENTS SAY

    “I appreciate Ed’s professionalism.”
    “I look for legal professionals who can be respectful of other's opinions, and Ed works well within our dynamic organization.”


    MY CLIENT PHILOSOPHY

    "Ed Rice is a principal attorney in Miller Canfield’s Chicago office. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and intellectual property disputes. He helps clients navigate challenges by presenting complex concepts in clear and compelling terms. He approaches each client relationship with genuine curiosity and concern, which motivates him to understand his client’s business needs and to align his legal strategies accordingly."

    – Edward H. Rice

    ALL-STAR BIOGRAPHY

    Edward H. Rice is a trial lawyer who focuses on complex commercial litigation and, in particular, intellectual property disputes. For more than 30 years, Ed has safely navigated clients through challenging lawsuits by presenting difficult concepts in simple, clear and compelling terms.

    Ed began his career at a large national law firm, after which he clerked for a federal judge in Chicago. He then honed his trial skills at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., where he defended the federal government in patent disputes and other intellectual property claims asserted by defense contractors and others.

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    +1-312-460-4219

    Edward H. Rice

    Principal
    Miller Canfield
    Chicago

    Practice Area: IP & IP Litigation

    M&A All-Star

    ALL-STAR BIOGRAPHY

    Edward H. Rice is a trial lawyer who focuses on complex commercial litigation and, in particular, intellectual property disputes. For more than 30 years, Ed has safely navigated clients through challenging lawsuits by presenting difficult concepts in simple, clear and compelling terms.

    Ed began his career at a large national law firm, after which he clerked for a federal judge in Chicago. He then honed his trial skills at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., where he defended the federal government in patent disputes and other intellectual property claims asserted by defense contractors and others.

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