Mary Graham is of counsel in the Intellectual Property Litigation Group at Morris Nichols where she has been practicing law since 1983. She has acted in lead roles in numerous intellectual property cases in both trial and appellate courts involving patents, trade secrets, licensing and copyrights, and involving diverse technologies from pharmaceuticals and chemicals to software and medical devices. She has argued cases before every major court in Delaware and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She has also worked as Delaware counsel with leading attorneys from around the country to litigate intellectual property and other complex cases in the Delaware federal and state courts. She has been recognized for legal excellence by Chambers USA and The Best Lawyers in America, and as a Delaware “Super Lawyer” by Law and Business Media, and selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers Business Edition’s Women in the Law.
Active in the Delaware community, she has served as Chair of the Higher Education Commission and is a former member of the State Board of Education.