Anna Bulas joined the firm in 2007 and was an associate until 2012. She currently remains as a counsel and works with clients who are building portfolios in the medical arts. Ms. Bulas has extensive experience in all phases of patent prosecution, as well as conducting due diligence investigations and product clearance searches. She continues to use her expertise in mechanical and electromechanical devices, data-enabled therapies, and internet of things (IOT) technologies in order to protect the IP of clients engaged in the biomedical sector.
Ms. Bulas had an early interest in science and technology. After earning her B.S. in biomedical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, she gained valuable experience with a biopharmaceutical company where she specialized in molecular and process technology. During this time, Ms. Bulas, aware that pursuing a career in patent law would allow her to fully utilize her engineering expertise, earned her J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center.
- University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly, Franklin Pierce Law Center), J.D., 2006
- served as Chief Notes Editor of the Pierce Law Review
- Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering, 1998
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
Ms. Bulas has expertise in mechanical, biotechnology and chemical engineering and their applications to biomedical devices. She combines her scientific knowledge and legal expertise to help clients resolve complex technical and legal issues in developing new products and bringing them to the market, as well as securing protection of patent rights as part of a comprehensive portfolio strategy.