Pierce Atwood’s regional growth continues with the addition of MaryDilys Anderson, a highly regarded patent attorney focusing on patent prosecution and counseling.
With a Ph.D. in biology from Yale University with a research focus in developmental biology and neuroscience, and a three-year post doctoral research fellowship in human genetics at Harvard Medical School, MaryDilys is well-qualified to help clients protect their intellectual property relating to therapeutics, diagnostics, and pharmaceutical compounds. MaryDilys's experience also includes work with scientists and businesses to protect compounds and strategies that promote public health by countering infectious diseases and biologic contamination. In her practice, MaryDilys also works closely with clients to protect designs and functional aspects of a variety of consumer products.
Inventors, entrepreneurs, small companies, universities, and multinational corporations rely on MaryDilys's unique combination of legal and scientific skills to help them protect their vital strategic business assets.
Prior to joining Pierce Atwood, MaryDilys was an attorney with Wolf Greenfield in Boston, and most recently practiced at a boutique IP firm in Manchester, New Hampshire. She will be practicing out of the firm’s Portsmouth and Boston offices.