Christina Sperry is an associate in the Intellectual Property Department. She handles all aspects of patent law, including domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution, as well as providing infringement, validity, and right-to-use opinions.
Christina prosecutes patents and assists clients with opinion and clearance matters in a variety of technical areas with a focus on mechanical, electrical, and electro-mechanical technical fields including medical/surgical instruments and devices (including endoscopic, soft tissue, and spinal technologies), printer and imaging technology, wireless technology, semiconductors, computer hardware, computer network technology, software (including database management systems, communication protocols, and graphics interfaces), financial services, cell sorting technology, and radar technology. Christina provides strategic counsel to clients and manages patent portfolios for U.S. and foreign start-ups, mid-size businesses, large corporations, and academic institutions.
Christina serves on the Board of Directors for the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park and is the Chair of the Website and Internet Communications Committee. She is also active in the community by volunteering with the American Mock Trial Association by judging at college mock trial tournaments, the Boston Debate League by judging at inner city high school debate tournaments, and the Boston Studio (formerly Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic). Christina is also a member of the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts, the Boston Patent Law Association, and the Boston Bar Association.
During law school Christina was the executive editor of the Journal of Science & Technology Law.