Josh Noles, Associate

Huntsville, AL

O: (256) 630-3650

An IP attorney with valuable USPTO experience

Josh Noles is an attorney in the firm’s Dallas office, adept at combining his love for science with his strong writing skills. He works to protect his clients’ IP by preparing and prosecuting patents in the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning, complex software, information technology, financial technology, and other internet-based applications.

While in law school, Josh was a central reexamination unit extern with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He shadowed and assisted patent examiners in evaluating a broad range of reissue and reexamination applications, providing him with valuable insight into what examiners look for in applications and how he can best help clients achieve issuance. He also learned common mistakes attorneys make when preparing and prosecuting patent applications, allowing him to sidestep pitfalls typical of younger IP lawyers.

Josh interned with the Children’s Rights Clinic through The University of Alabama School of Law, where he assisted students with disabilities in the Tuscaloosa area by facilitating the development of their Individualized Education Plans.

An attentive advisor skilled in legal documentation

Josh’s pursuit of a career in intellectual property first began as a member of his high school robotics team, where his role leading engineering documentation combined his love for writing and science. That passion continues today as he works on the cutting edge of technology across a broad spectrum of inventions. Josh is a hardworking, attentive attorney who can quickly pick up on new concepts and craft them into robust patent applications.

Josh earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and his Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama, where he served as research editor for the law school’s Law and Psychology Review. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, Josh worked on a team as a research assistant to develop a wind turbine control system. He also drafted a reference manual for the project, sharpening his project documentation best practices.

When not in the office, Josh likes to run, bike, swim and play video games. During football season, you’ll also find him cheering on the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Education

  • J.D., The University of Alabama School of Law, 2023
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering, The University of Alabama, 2020

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama State Bar

An IP attorney with valuable USPTO experience

Josh Noles is an attorney in the firm’s Dallas office, adept at combining his love for science with his strong writing skills. He works to protect his clients’ IP by preparing and prosecuting patents in the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning, complex software, information technology, financial technology, and other internet-based applications.

While in law school, Josh was a central reexamination unit extern with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He shadowed and assisted patent examiners in evaluating a broad range of reissue and reexamination applications, providing him with valuable insight into what examiners look for in applications and how he can best help clients achieve issuance. He also learned common mistakes attorneys make when preparing and prosecuting patent applications, allowing him to sidestep pitfalls typical of younger IP lawyers.

Josh interned with the Children’s Rights Clinic through The University of Alabama School of Law, where he assisted students with disabilities in the Tuscaloosa area by facilitating the development of their Individualized Education Plans.

An attentive advisor skilled in legal documentation

Josh’s pursuit of a career in intellectual property first began as a member of his high school robotics team, where his role leading engineering documentation combined his love for writing and science. That passion continues today as he works on the cutting edge of technology across a broad spectrum of inventions. Josh is a hardworking, attentive attorney who can quickly pick up on new concepts and craft them into robust patent applications.

Josh earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and his Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama, where he served as research editor for the law school’s Law and Psychology Review. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, Josh worked on a team as a research assistant to develop a wind turbine control system. He also drafted a reference manual for the project, sharpening his project documentation best practices.

When not in the office, Josh likes to run, bike, swim and play video games. During football season, you’ll also find him cheering on the Alabama Crimson Tide.




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