Craig currently focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. His experience includes multiple phases of litigation such as electronic discovery, motion practice, deposition preparation and damages. His specific area of expertise is the history of patent law and its application to current practice. He also has authored law review articles on both the history of patentability under Section 101 and patent damages under Section 284.

He started his Shook career in the Business Litigation Practice Group working on a contract dispute between a major national retailer and one of the largest issuers of credit cards. Next, he moved to intellectual property where he worked to protect copyright holders from online infringers. He also has handled several pharmaceutical and medical device matters, including a product liability MDL involving one of the world's largest drug manufacturers.

Before joining Shook, Craig practiced in Clean Air Act compliance. He was an air quality specialist for the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, and was responsible for maintaining Bureau of Land Management compliance with air quality regulations for federal lands within the state of Nevada. Craig also served as the air program coordinator for the U.S. Army Installation at Fort Riley, Kansas.


Craig Edgar, Struggling Against Entropy: Monetary Patent Infringement Damages After Ebay, 66 Drake L. Rev. 1, 45 (2018).

Craig Edgar, Patenting Nature: Isn't It Obvious?, 50 Creighton L. Rev. 1, 49 (2016).

Craig Edgar, Patenting Nature: GATT on a Hot Tin Roof, 34 Washburn L.J. 76 (1994).