Meaghan Luster

Meaghan Luster

Associate | Litigation
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  • BS, Cognitive & Brain Sciences and Political Science, Tufts University
  • JD, Boston College Law School

Key Technologies

  • Biologic Pharmaceuticals
  • Medical Devices
  • Manufacturing
  • Software

Practice Groups

Admitted to Practice

  • Massachusetts


  • Boston


Meaghan Luster focuses her practice on patent litigation. Meaghan’s experience includes conducting pre-suit diligence, fact and expert discovery, claim construction, and motion practice in US district courts and the US International Trade Commission (ITC).

Meaghan’s litigation experience spans a range of technologies including biologic pharmaceuticals, medical devices, manufacturing, and software.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Meaghan served as a judicial law clerk for Judge George A. O’Toole, Jr. of the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She was also previously a litigation associate at an intellectual property law boutique. While in law school, Meaghan was a judicial extern for Justice William P. Robinson III of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. She was also an Executive Comment Editor for the Boston College Law Review and an Executive Editor for the Intellectual Property and Technology Forum Journal.


  • Won $20 million willful patent infringement jury verdict on behalf of medical device developer against multi-billion dollar medical device company.
  • Obtained substantial settlement of multi-patent dispute between drug developers for infringement of patents relating to biologic pharmaceuticals.


  • American Intellectual Property Law Association, Co-Writing Director for the Moot Court Competition
  • Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts
  • Boston College Law School, Adjunct Professor, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition
  • Boston IP Inn of Court
  • ChIPs Network
  • Tufts University Alumni Interviewer


  • Richard S. Sullivan Award, Boston College Law School
  • Executive Comment Editor, Boston College Law Review
  • Executive Editor, Boston College Intellectual Property and Technology Forum Journal
  • Northeast Regional Semifinalist – Top 10 Oralist and Top 5 Memorial, 2020 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition


  • When Trademark Law Met Constitutional Law: How a Commercial Speech Theory Can Save the Lanham Act, 61 B.C.L. REV. 253 (2020),
  • To Be Physically Present or Not to Be Physically Present: The Use of Videoconferences During Felony Proceedings, 60 B.C.L. REV. E. Supp. II.-165 (2019),



  • Flag football
  • Yoga
  • Book clubs