Christopher Dillon specializes in complex patent and business litigation. An accomplished trial lawyer, Chris has represented clients in federal and state courts throughout the country and in investigations before the International Trade Commission (ITC). Chris is adept at litigating cases involving a wide range of industries, having represented clients in the medical device, software, optical storage, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, insurance, and financial services sectors. Chris served for seven years as Captain in the United States Air Force (1988-1995), where he managed the development of leading-edge technology programs, including bi-static radars, signal processors, integrated databases, and information management systems. Chris represents many international clients involved in U.S. litigation, including clients in Taiwan, Japan, India, Germany, and Israel. Additionally, Chris was a Special Assistant District Attorney at the Middlesex County District Attorney's Office (2003-2004), where he was the lead trial attorney for fifteen trials. He also served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Edward F. Harrington of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (1998-1999).
Captain, U.S. Air Force,
Adjunct Professor, New England Law, Patent Litigation (2012)
Guest, The Emily Rooney Show, WGBH Radio, "What Are You Hearing About Patent Reform?"
(May 11, 2011).
Named a "Super Lawyer - Rising Star" in 2005, 2006, and 2007 by Law & Politics and the publishers of Boston Magazine (Massachusetts Super Lawyers - Rising Stars Edition, 2005, 2006, and 2007).