Meet the Patent Team!

Celebrating Morse's 10 Year Patent Practice Anniversary

November 01, 2017

We are thrilled to be celebrating ten years of our patent practice by recognizing the individuals who made it possible.

Click on an image below for more information about our featured team members. To see the complete legal group, click on the TEAM link on the left.

Lisa was the patent practice founder and still serves as its leader, also leading the Firm as Managing Member. Lisa loves the potential of new innovations and the intellectual challenge of patent work. An avid Spartans and Patriots football fan, she relaxes with her rescue dogs, Rubi & Georgia, planning her “someday” cupcake shop.

Paula was the first member of the patent practice and has been working with Lisa Warren for almost 18 years! Outside of work, you can find her dancing at her local studio or with her husband and daughter.

Denise is the newest member of the patent practice. She spends her spare time raising her three kids with her husband Dave, bartending for her Dad’s business, and taking yoga classes.

Stan was the second patent attorney to join Morse’s patent practice and specializes in patent prosecution and the licensing of intellectual property. Born and raised in the Boston area, Stan is a loyal supporter of the local sports teams (Go Green!).

Lori brings over 19 years of patent paralegal experience to Morse. She keeps her stress levels down by teaching her son how to drive and bringing her daughter on college tours.

Wendy handles everything from correspondence to complex patent filings. When not working, she enjoys spending time on the waters of Lake Winnipesaukee, tackling lake life with a reckless abandon.

Sean wears two hats around Morse as both a patent and a trademark attorney, and particularly enjoys brainstorming IP strategy with inventors. When not at work, Sean is often coaching soccer and is also a dedicated student of craft beers, being sure to sample new brews as often as possible.

Erin’s patent practice is predominantly focused on life sciences and biotechnology. Erin’s time outside of the office is spent with her 1-year-old and 3-year-old, with the occasional run mixed in (sometimes with said 1-year-old and 3-year-old).