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Grant T. Rice, Ph.D.

Associate

Boston, MA
617-368-2128
[email protected]
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Background

Grant Rice is an associate in the litigation group in Fish & Richardson’s Boston office.

Grant was previously a Summer Associate of the firm. During that time, he worked on patent and trademark litigation. He also contributed to patent prosecution work. Prior to joining Fish, he gained experience at another intellectual property firm.

Grant received his PhD in Organic Chemistry. He studied synthetic methodology, focusing on C—H activation. His research included developing methods that streamline the synthesis of complex small molecules through both C—H oxidation and amination.​​

Education

Duke University School of Law 2015
J.D.


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2012
Organic Chemistry, Ph.D.


Boston University 2006
Chemistry, B.A.
cum laude

Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2011
  • Massachusetts 2015

Other Distinctions

​Selected publications

How Biosimilars Are Approved and Litigated: Patent Dance Timeline,” Kayleigh McGlynn, Grant T. Rice, Jenny Shmuel, Cheryl Wang, Nicole Williams, Fish IP Law Essentials Blog (August 12, 2020).

A Biosimilar’s Guide to the BPCIA Patent Dance: Five Key Questions for Every Biosimilar Applicant to Consider,” Michael Anderson, Kayleigh McGlynn, Grant T. Rice, Jenny Shmuel, & Cheryl Wang, Fish Litigation Blog (April 20, 2020).

Arti Rai & Grant T. Rice, Use Patents Can Be Useful: The Case of Rescued Drugs, 6 Science Translational Medicine 248fs30 (2014).

Stephen E. Ammann, Grant T. Rice, & M. Christina White, Terminal Olefins to Chromans, Isochromans, and Pyrans via Allylic C–H Oxidation, 136 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 10834 ( 2014).

Grant T. Rice & M. Christina White, Allylic C―H Amination for the Preparation of syn-1,3-Amino Alcohol Motifs, 131 J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 11707 (2009).

Qi Xiangbing, Grant T. Rice, Manjinder S. Lall, Mark S. Plummer & M. Christina White, Diversification of a β-lactam Pharmacophore via Allylic C—H Amination: Accelerating Effect of Lewis Acid Co-Catalyst, 66 Tetrahedron 4816 (2010).

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