Boston, Massachusetts 2110
Heidi E. Harvey is Of Counsel in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson. She is an experienced intellectual property trial lawyer and counselor on a wide range of technologies including optics, imaging, fluorescence interference, chemical vapor deposition, infrared radiation detection, and medical and mechanical devices. Her counseling practice has a particular emphasis on the protection and enforcement of intellectual property for small and privately-held companies, sole proprietorships, artists and authors, as well as intellectual property transactions.
For more than 20 years, Ms. Harvey has devoted a substantial fraction of her professional time to pro bono representation in the areas of immigration, housing, and artists’ rights. She has participated since inception in the Northeast Housing Court’s Lawyer for a Day program on behalf of the firm, which was honored with the Massachusetts Bar Association’s 2010 Access to Justice Award . Representative clients in the arts include painter and writer Christine Arveil; master bow maker and composer Benoit Rolland; and Frank C. Gaylord II, the sculptor of the Korean War Veterans’ Memorial.
Representative technology clients include Chroma Technology Corporation (fluorescence interference filters), Exergen Corporation (infrared radiation devices), and the University of Massachusetts (genetics, polymers, mechanical and medical devices).
She has also represented leading trademark owners such as the Boston Athletic Association for the BOSTON MARATHON trademarks, Gillette subsidiary, Braun Inc. and Braun AG in design patent matters, and Paramount Pictures and Asics Tiger Corporation in enforcement of their trademark rights.
Ms. Harvey was a principal of Fish & Richardson P.C. from 1995-2007. During that time, she held positions as firm-wide chair for Litigation, Advocacy Skills Training, Pro Bono and Copyright Practice Groups.
Ms. Harvey is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School and a frequent speaker on litigation and intellectual property topics, including for the National Institutes of Trial Advocacy, Suffolk University’s Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, and AIPLA.
Ms. Harvey is a member of the American Morgan Horse Association and has bred and raised Morgan horses for nearly 40 years. She is a volunteer at Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding Program in Lincoln, MA.
|Areas of Practice||1) Copyright, 2) Litigation, 3) Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 4) Strategic Counseling, 5) Registration, 6) and Opinions, 7) Transactions and Agreements, 8) Appellate, 9) Employment and Executive Mobility, 10) Patent Litigation, 11) Trade Secret Litigation and 12) Trademark|
|Law School||Cornell Law School ( J.D., 1986)|
|Education||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.S.,1982)|
|Bar Member / Association||Massachusetts State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Fish & Richardson P. C.|
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