Emily Peyser focuses her practice on teaming with clients to optimize their intellectual property strategies, including the procurement of U.S. and foreign patents, patent and trademark portfolio planning, opinions, enforcement, and licensing. Her practice has a particular emphasis in the mechanical and chemical fields over a wide range of technology areas, including satellite components and systems, semiconductor manufacturing tools and metal deposition processes, electrochemical ion exchange systems, large-scale electrical energy storage systems, biofuels, commercial vehicles, food processing, medical devices, pulp and paper, radioactive material containment, recreational equipment, materials and performance characteristics of materials, aluminum extrusion and die cast processes, and fluid dynamics.
Emily places a high value on client service and focuses on building trusted, long-term relationships with clients. She works with clients of all sizes and stages of development, from startups to multinational corporations, providing strategic counsel to assist them in developing comprehensive IP portfolios to achieve their business objectives.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Emily worked as a chemical engineer at well-known companies such as The Boeing Company and Proctor & Gamble Paper Products. She also worked as a research associate at the Environmental Protection Bureau of the New York Attorney General's Office. Emily served as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania, East Africa. She currently volunteers with the International Rescue Committee as a mentor for refugees brought to the Seattle area for resettlement. Super Lawyers named Emily a "Rising Star" in 2007, 2009 – 2012.