Mary E. Landergan, Esq. Joins Medicines for Humanity Board of Directors
Timothy W. Bilodeau, Board Chair, has announced that Mary E. Landergan, Esq. has been elected to the Medicines for Humanity (MFH) Board of Directors, effective immediately. Ms. Landergan has been involved with the non-profit through her trusteeship of the McDonnell-O’Brien Foundation, in association with her father, Walter Landergan, Esq., who recently passed away. “My dad and I have always been quite impressed by MFH and very drawn to its compelling mission to save the lives of innocent children around the world. The work of MFH fit perfectly with the legacy of Margaret O’Brien and John McDonnell. We have always been proud to provide support.”
Ms. Landergan is of counsel to Rich May Law, P.C. of Boston. She concentrates on corporate, trademark, and entertainment matters. Her 35 years of legal experience includes international law, general commercial litigation, bankruptcy, trademark law, copyright law, constitutional law, civil rights and entertainment law. She has worked in the legal departments at CBS and ABC, and at an international New York-based law firm. Until recently, she served as an Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic at Northeastern University School of Law where she has also taught Entertainment Law, Trademark Law and First Amendment. She is a graduate of Wellesley College where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors. She received her law degree from Columbia University.
“We are honored and delighted to have Mary join our MFH family. Her compassion for others and commitment to making the world a better place for all is exemplary,” stated Mr. Bilodeau. “Her father was a personal hero of mine, and I know he would be very proud that she is a member of the MFH Board. We are indeed fortunate to have her with us.”