Anshul Mehra focuses his practice on patent counseling, preparation, and prosecution in the mechanical space. Anshul works closely with clients to understand their business objectives, allowing him to provide tailored legal advice in clear and understandable terms.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Anshul was an associate at Fish & Richardson where he counseled clients regarding intellectual property disputes, including representing clients in court when necessary. Previously, he interned for the Honorable Judge Marianne B. Bowler of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts where he conducted legal research and drafted proposed opinions for both civil and criminal matters.

Before beginning his legal career, Anshul was a process engineering manager with Proctor & Gamble where he managed day to day operations on the production floor, completed projects to optimize manufacturing processes and designed and developed new temporary production lines.


  • Crafted strategies to defend businesses in patent lawsuits brought by non-practicing entities (patent trolls).
  • Advised client on clearance issues related to importing and selling products in the United States. 
  • Analyzed the deficiencies in the opposing party’s patent infringement arguments for a lawsuit involving 26 patents. 

  • In his spare time, Anshul enjoys taking kickboxing classes and playing strategy games.
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Anshul Mehra focuses his practice on patent counseling, preparation, and prosecution in the mechanical space. Anshul works closely with clients to understand their business objectives, allowing him to provide tailored legal advice in clear and understandable terms.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Anshul was an associate at Fish & Richardson where he counseled clients regarding intellectual property disputes, including representing clients in court when necessary. Previously, he interned for the Honorable Judge Marianne B. Bowler of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts where he conducted legal research and drafted proposed opinions for both civil and criminal matters.

Before beginning his legal career, Anshul was a process engineering manager with Proctor & Gamble where he managed day to day operations on the production floor, completed projects to optimize manufacturing processes and designed and developed new temporary production lines.


  • Crafted strategies to defend businesses in patent lawsuits brought by non-practicing entities (patent trolls).
  • Advised client on clearance issues related to importing and selling products in the United States. 
  • Analyzed the deficiencies in the opposing party’s patent infringement arguments for a lawsuit involving 26 patents. 



  • In his spare time, Anshul enjoys taking kickboxing classes and playing strategy games.