Anne Y. Brody, Ph.D. is Of Counsel in the Orange County Office of Gibson Dunn. A member of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Practice Groups, Dr. Brody focuses on intellectual property and antitrust-pharma litigations. Her cases involve a range of therapies and technologies, including genetically modified T-cell therapy, biologics, peptide drugs, small molecules, and diagnostic methods. She also assists clients with corporate transactions involving intellectual property rights, including asset purchase, licensing, and settlements.
Before joining Gibson Dunn, Dr. Brody was a research scientist developing new diagnostic tools and tests. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry with high honors from University of California, Berkeley and a doctorate degree in chemistry from California Institute of Technology. Her thesis work involved protein engineering, synthetic biology, and the development of microchips for these studies.
Dr. Brody is a member of the Howard T. Markey Intellectual Property Inn of Court in Orange County. She is admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She also has served as a Volunteer Deputy District Attorney in the Trial Attorney Partnership Program with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
Representative Intellectual Property and Antitrust-Pharma Litigation Matters
Representative Intellectual Property Transaction Matters:
University of Southern California - 2007 Juris Doctor
California Institute of Technology - 2002 Ph.D.
University of California - Berkeley - 1996 Bachelor of Science