Anne-Raphaelle Aubry is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group.
Anne received her MS degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT (2012), where she worked in the Gas Turbine Laboratory and was an Edward H. Linde Presidential Graduate fellow. Her graduate thesis, developed in collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, focused on Return Channel Loss Reduction in Multi-Stage Centrifugal Compressors, using computational fluid dynamics. Prior to graduate school, Anne also worked at Pratt & Whitney for two summers, working within the Air Systems Design and Integration group.
At White & Case, Anne patent litigation and contested patent proceedings both in the U.S. and internationally, as well as patent counseling. She has extensive experience developing the merits of complex multi-patent infringement and validity positions, working with witesses and developing evidence, and preparing for Markman proceedings.
Anne has experience working with aerospace technology, as well as a wide range of technologies, including oil and drilling, autonomous underwater technology, manufacturing, and automotive. Anne has also applied her expertise in fluid mechanics and turbomachinery to the medical technology area, including health monitoring systems, implantable heart pumps and other cardiovascular assist technology. Anne has also helped draft and prosecute patent applications for several financial institutions and large media technology companies.
Prior to joining White & Case, Anne worked as a technical advisor for a boutique IP firm in Virginia with a focus on aerospace and automotive clients, and an international law firm in Boston.
Bars and Courts
Massachusetts State Bar
New York State Bar
US District Court for the District of Massachusetts