Allison W. Gaul
Allison Gaul is an associate attorney of The Marbury Law Group who currently assist clients with a variety of intellectual property matters. Ms. Gaul is adept at developing creative approaches for short and long term intellectual property strategies. She practices patent prosecution in the areas of computer engineering and software. Ms. Gaul also practices and has written several publications on the subject of information security and cyber law.
Before joining the Marbury Law Group, Ms. Gaul was a patent attorney and patent agent with a New Jersey intellectual property law firm. Prior to that, Ms. Gaul served as Senior Law Clerk for the Philadelphia Office of the District Attorney, Division of Economic and Cybercrime, where she performed computer and accounting forensics in addition to her regular law clerk duties (2009-2010). She also worked as a Patent Examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, examining patent applications directed towards Business Methods involving network and information security, and financial transactions (2007-2008). Ms. Gaul has substantial experience in the field of Networking and Information Security, and has worked as a Network Administrator for the Town of Westwood, Massachusetts (2001-2002), Appalachian State University (2003-2004), and EcoTect Environmental Engineering (1997-2000). Her research experience includes the National Institute for Standards & Technology’s Advanced Networking Division (2005) where she worked on load-balancing solutions in wireless telecommunications systems.
Ms. Gaul has a bachelors of science in Applied Mathematics from Appalachian State University and minors in Computer Science, Computational Physics, and Astronomy (2007). She graduated from the Temple University Beasley School of law in 2012. Her registrations include the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the State of New York. She has received multiple honorifics from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and the New York State Bar Association for her excellence in providing pro bono intellectual property and corporate transactional services to small businesses and start-up ventures.
- Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law (J.D., 2012)
- Appalachian State University (B.S. Applied Mathematics, Minors in Computer Science and Computational Physics, 2007)
- New York and District of Columbia Bars
- Registered Patent Attorney
- American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association (AIPLA) – Board of Emerging Technologies Committee
- New York State Bar Association