Lisa founded Moyles IP, LLC (formerly Moyles and Tremblay Law, LLC) in April 2011. She has over 20 years experience in Intellectual Property (IP) law providing clients with practical, actionable advice including training on various aspects of routine and complex IP matters.
Lisa’s practice focuses on client counseling in all aspects of IP law. While a mechanical engineer by training, her practice encompasses a wide array of technologies in the mechanical, chemical, and electrical arts.
With her expertise in IP law, she assists clients in protecting their IP rights in a wide range of technologies including medical and dental devices, oil and gas perforation technologies, explosion clad welding, gas and wind turbines, lighting systems, transportation, industrial processes, nonwoven materials—technologies for use in the automotive industry, filtration and personal hygiene, engineering polymers and molded components, flooring coatings, combustion and heat transfer equipment, consumer products including outdoor lifestyle products, specialty packaging, electronics, and business methods. Lisa also works with a variety of small businesses and individuals—authors, artists, and musicians in protecting their IP rights.
Lisa has served as trusted advisor and IP counsel for Fortune 50 companies, large law firms, and as acting chief IP counsel for several small to mid-sized companies.
Education: University of Louisville (JD, 1995) Attended law school at night working full-time as an engineer for DuPont North Carolina State University (BS in Mechanical Engineering, 1989, cum laude) Medical College of Georgia (AS in Dental Hygiene, 1983)
Bar Admissions: Lisa is admitted to practice in Connecticut, Georgia, and North Carolina. She is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Memberships: Lisa is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, currently serving as a member of the executive committee of the IP section. She is the cofounder and former treasurer and board member for the Connecticut Alliance for Business Opportunities (CABO), now the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Chamber (CTGLC), as well as the CABO Foundation of which Lisa also served on the board of directors as the treasurer. Lisa also served on the board of directors of the Entrepreneurial Woman’s Network.
Interests: Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and their Barbet dogs. She loves traveling and hiking with her wife and her three dogs. She is an avid reader.