Verrill Welcomes Attorney Carolyn Gouges d’Agincourt to the Firm’s Intellectual Property Group

June 12, 2024 Press Releases

BOSTON, Massachusetts —Verrill is pleased to welcome Carolyn Gouges d’Agincourt to the firm’s Intellectual Property Group as a Partner residing in the firm’s Boston office.

Gouges d’Agincourt counsels clients for maximizing their national and international intellectual property positions through patent prosecution strategy, patent application preparation and prosecution, patent enforcement and licensing, trademark registration and enforcement, and trade secret protection.

Gouges d’Agincourt has extensive experience in preparing and prosecuting patents in the chemical engineering, material science, life sciences, chemical and electrochemical, and mechanical and electromechanical arts. She advises clients on invention patentability and due diligence and conducts freedom to operate, validity, and infringement analyses. She also advises clients on brand protection, including trademark registration and enforcement. Her diverse client base encompasses individuals, U.S. and international early-stage to established companies, and universities.

In addition to her law practice, Gouges d’Agincourt periodically lectures in intellectual property law at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology in Germany, as well as at U.S. institutions and via online educational formats.

Gouges d’Agincourt has more than 20 years of experience as an intellectual property attorney in the Boston area, including over five years with the intellectual property litigation group of an AmLaw 100 law firm. Prior to practicing law, Gouges d’Agincourt worked as a chemical engineer in research and development, consulting, and private industry in the environmental and energy sectors in the U.S. and France.

Gouges d’Agincourt received her law degree from Boston College Law School and her bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire.