Meet Our Team

  • Monica Grewal

    Partner
    Boston

    T + 1 617 526 6223
    F + 1 617 526 5000

    I enjoy helping clients identify, enforce and protect their intellectual property with an emphasis on strategically building their patent portfolios and intellectual property litigation.

    Representative Experience: I am an experienced IP attorney who has represented a variety of technology clients, particularly those in the technical and medical fields. Over the course of my career, I've advised on all aspects of intellectual property and have represented clients in patent litigation in Federal Courts and before the International Trade Commission. I've represented clients such as Intel, Eastman Kodak Company, Broadcom, General Electric, Analog devices, Red Hat and PNC in a variety of jurisdictions.

    Favorite App: I enjoy the Shutterfly app as it allows me to effortlessly upload photographs—many chronicling my family life—to their website which I then leverage into photo books or prints at my leisure.

    Daily Reads: I begin my day with a read of a hard copy of the Boston Globe or The Wall Street Journal (as I still like sharing the newspaper in tangible form with my husband) to keep up with news.

    Favorite Book: I'm currently reading The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri.

    Off the Clock: I enjoy yoga, which I practice at least once a week in a class setting and daily by myself. A daily jog with my Labrador starts my morning off on the right note.

    Education

    JD, University of Connecticut, 1997

    MS, Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1988

    BS, Engineering, Trinity College, 1987, Phi Beta Kappa

    Bar Admissions

    Massachusetts
    Connecticut
    District of Columbia
    Illinois
    US Patent and Trademark Office

    Practices

    Intellectual Property

    Industries

    Life Sciences: Medical Devices
    Technology: Big Data, Digital Media, Energy, Clean Tech, Fin Tech, Healthcare IT, Mobile, Telecom, Infrastructure, Software (includes SAAS and Cloud computing)