Sarah Foley is a registered patent attorney experienced in advising and counseling clients in all areas of intellectual property law and business transactions. She focuses her practice primarily on counseling clients in patent and other intellectual property matters and drafting and prosecuting mechanical and software related patent applications. Ms. Foley has prepared and prosecuted patent applications involving areas such as aerospace, robotics, bacteria, agricultural machinery, electrical circuits, network architecture, mechanical technology fields, and hardware and software applications.
Ms. Foley’s intellectual property law expertise includes patent preparation and prosecution, patent portfolio management, trademark preparation and prosecution, trademark infringement counsel, and copyright application. Ms. Foley authored A Copyright Revolution: Protecting the Famous Photograph of Che Guevara, 13 L. & Bus. Rev. Am. 687 (2007). She presented “Intellectual Property Practice Tips and Documents” at the University of Houston CLE Program on Advising Businesses in a Troubled Economy in June of 2009 (Dallas session).
Between undergraduate and law school, Ms. Foley worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. for a Texas Congressman. In Dallas, Ms. Foley gained experience as Judicial Extern for The Honorable John Peyton, County Court No. 2; as Law Clerk at the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division; and as Legal Intern with the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Ms. Foley earned a J.D. from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law and received her B.S. in Biology from Dallas Baptist University. Ms. Foley was named as a 2010 Texas Rising Star by Super Lawyers. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, and American Intellectual Property Law Association. Ms. Foley is admitted to practice in the State of Texas and the United States Patent Trademark Office.