Lisa founded Moyles IP (formerly Moyles and Tremblay Law) in April 2011. Lisa has over 25 years' experience as an IP lawyer.
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.
Lise joined the firm in 2013 and serves as the CFO for the firm. Lise also has extensive experience as a trademark paralegal.
Lise’s experience includes all aspects of trademark law including conducting searches, preparing and prosecuting trademark applications, monitoring potential conflicts and infringements, and managing opposition matters. Her role also includes managing the day-to-day operations of the firm.
Lise joined the firm in 2013 and serves as the Intellectual Property manager.
Lise launched her career as a trademark professional at Blake Cassels & Graydon in Toronto, Canada in 1986. She was born in Montreal, Canada and is fluent in both French and English. Since moving to the United States in 1993, Lise worked for a small boutique firm in Syracuse, NY, where she broadened her skills to include U.S. Trademark Law. Since then she has served as a senior trademark paralegal for a Fortune 50 company and other large law firms.
Lise has volunteered for organizations such as Reach Out and Read and Habitat for Humanity, and she has served as a guardian ad litem.
Interests Lise loves spending time with her children and five grandchildren. She enjoys traveling and hiking.
Janelle joined Moyles IP in 2015. Her practice focuses on Patent preparation and prosecution.
Her practice focuses on a wide range of IP matters, including preparing and prosecuting domestic and international patent applications and counseling clients in the mechanical, biotechnology and chemical arts. In addition, she conducts patentability and freedom-to-operate analysis, and provides advice to clients on IP matters geared to avoid litigation.
Prior to joining Moyles IP, Janelle was a patent fellow of the Global Patent Operation at General Electric where she assisted in the management of their extensive patent portfolio prosecuting patent applications at the USPTO and other patent offices.
While attending law school, Janelle served as an executive editor of the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal. She also served as president of the University of Connecticut Law chapter of the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project where she provided legal representation to individual refuges seeking resettlement.
Janelle is an avid runner and has participated in half marathon races in New York and Connecticut. She enjoys traveling and has served as a volunteer in the Dominican Republic.
Education University of Connecticut (JD, 2014; Certificates in both Intellectual Property Law and Energy and Environmental Law) Saint John’s University (BS in Biology, 2006; minor concentration in Chemistry)
Bar Admissions Janelle is admitted to practice in Connecticut and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Memberships Connecticut Bar Association Intellectual Property Section, CBA – executive board Earth Strong JA – board member
Presentations “Publishing Inventions and Users’ Rights,” WIPO – Seventh Advanced Research Forum on Intellectual Property Rights, May 2013
Awards CALI Award for Excellence – Clinic: Intellectual Property Law
Diane joined the firm in 2016. Diane is a seasoned paralegal who specializes in Intellectual Property law.
Her expertise lies in all aspects of trademark law, including preparing trademark applications, conducting trademark searches, domestic and international trademark prosecution, monitoring potential conflicts and infringements, and managing opposition matters.
Her work in Intellectual Property began at Remington Products in Bridgeport, CT in 1992 as a paralegal handling trademark, patent, corporate, and product liability matters.
Diane worked as a trademark specialist at General Electric for 11 years.
She has been with Moyles IP, LLC since June 2016. She handles a large portfolio of trademarks as well as all the patent and trademark docketing. On the patent side, she assists with the preparation of patent filing documents for the firm. She is also a notary public.
Education: University of Connecticut, Stamford (Paralegal certificate, 2000)
Diane enjoys quilting, reading, scrapbooking, and camping with her family.
Terri joined the firm in 2016. She is a paralegal who specializes in USPTO and PCT filing/requirements.
With a passion for family, her and her husband’s greatest accomplishment is raising their two sons into the upstanding gentlemen they are today.
You’ll find Terri beaming over her grandson.
In earlier years, Terri has 20 years experience in the banking industry with computer systems implementation and site training, proof, accounting, and customer service.
In 2008, Terri went back to school and became a certified radiology technologist and worked in that capacity in a hospital setting performing diagnostic imaging for in- and outpatients for five and a half years. She strove to provide her patients with the calm and empathy needed during their procedures.
Since 2008, Terri launched a small monogramming business and began volunteering for The Lydia Project, an organization that provides services for women facing cancer. Each woman receives a unique monogrammed totebag filled with encouraging items.
Terri has been a member and two-time past president of the Magnolia Garden Club since 1999. Hobbies include walking, tennis, monogramming, and traveling. She prides herself in having a penchant for bargain hunting.
Terri has been with Moyles IP since June 2016. Her duties involve paralegal work and some administrative duties such as preparing fling documents, filing at the USPTO via EFS, invoicing and payments, and other clerical work.
Caroline joined Moyles IP in 2019. While admitted to the US Patent Bar, Caroline also provides trademark services to firm clients.
Her practice is dedicated equally to trademark and patent matters, including trademark prosecution and advising clients on how best to enforce their trademark rights, as well as domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution with expertise in the mechanical arts.
Prior to joining Moyles IP, Caroline began building the foundation of her IP practice at a firm in Washington, DC, where she clerked throughout law school and worked as an attorney after being admitted to practice in the state of Maryland in 2017.
In law school, Caroline was the Editor-in-Chief of the Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology and co-President of the Students for Public Interest Law, a student group that organizes and participates in numerous community service and pro bono activities geared towards providing legal services in the public interest sector.
Outside of work, Caroline enjoys gardening, hiking with her dog, and improving her golf swing.
Education: The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, JD (2017) University of Maryland, B.S. Food Science, B.A. Spanish (2013)
Bar Admissions: Maryland (2017); Connecticut (2019); U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2018)
Memberships: International Trademark Association
Publications: “How Many Likes Did It Get? Using Social Media Metrics to Establish Trademark Rights” 25 Cath. U. J. L. & Tech (2017).
Jason joined Moyles IP in August 2017. He has over 10 years’ experience in patent law including patent preparation and prosecution, portfolio management, preparing opinions of counsel, and litigation.
Jason has particularly deep experience with semiconductors, telecommunications and mobile electronics, medical devices, and chemicals.
Above all, Jason enjoys working as part of a client’s team to protect the innovations that will become cornerstones of their business. This of course includes identifying patentable developments and obtaining patent protection, and also encompasses minimizing the risk of infringing others’ intellectual property, building sales and/or licensing strategies, being cognizant of competitors’ activities, and establishing intellectual property management procedures that capture all of these considerations. Prior to joining Moyles IP, LLC, Jason was an associate at large firms in New York and Washington, D.C. and counsel at a large firm in Washington, D.C. He also founded his own firm in February 2017.
Jason is originally from Miami, FL and still carries a passion for Miami Hurricanes athletics, West Indian and Cuban food, and saltwater fishing. He is currently trying to grow his own habanero peppers and make his own hot sauce. He loves the work of the comedy greats—Rodney Dangerfield, Mel Brooks, Eddie Murphy, and many others. Most of all, Jason is crazy about his wife and three kids and his favorite part of each day is the 8 or so seconds when he walks through the door after work and everyone stops screaming at each other to run over and welcome him home.
Education: Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D. (2005) Lehigh University, B.S. Chemical Engineering (2000) Bar Admissions: New York (2006); New Jersey (2006); Washington D.C. (2013) (*Not licensed in CT) United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit United States Patent and Trademark Office Memberships: Intellectual Property Owners Association, Member, Patent Search Committee and Chair of Using Patent Search Results Subcommittee American Intellectual Property Law Association American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Dana serves as special counsel for Moyles IP. Prior to working with the firm, she was a partner with a large national law firm.
She has also served as in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 corporation.
Dana has considerable experience with domestic and foreign patent prosecution with an emphasis on the chemical, mechanical, and materials science arts.
She has represented clients in various technology areas, such as medical devices and products, flexible packaging, cartons, floor coverings, microwave energy interactive materials, heat transfer labels, and recycled paper products.
Dana also has significant experience with post-issuance procedures in the USPTO, including reexamination and inter partes review proceedings. She has also assisted with patent litigation, including preparing invalidity opinions and developing strategies to defend against claims of patent infringement.
Dana was selected as a “Super Lawyers Rising Star” in 2009 and 2010.
As a former chemical engineer for a Fortune 500 company, Dana received two U.S. patents for her work in the design of chemical treatments and treatment systems for nonwoven materials for consumer and medical applications.
Education: Emory University (JD 2001, Order of the Coif) University of Wisconsin, Madison (BS in Chemical Engineering, 1996)
Bar Admissions: Dana is admitted to practice in Georgia and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Jason joined Moyles IP in October 2019. He has over 13 years of experience in patent law including patent preparation and prosecution.
Jason joined Moyles IP, LLC in October 2019. He has over 13 years of experience in patent law including patent preparation and prosecution, portfolio management, strategic counseling, opinion preparation, and litigation support for a wide range of clients, from individual inventors to multinational corporations. Jason frequently works in the technical areas of physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering, electronics, semiconductor devices and manufacturing, optics, telecommunications, and software.
Jason was raised in Montville, Connecticut and currently resides in Colchester with his wife Kimberly and their four daughters. Jason volunteers as a member of his local Zoning Board of Appeals, and his hobbies include amateur astronomy, board games, hiking with his family, and passionately cheering on his daughters’ basketball teams.
Kathy joined Moyles IP in September 2020 after spending the last 16 years working in-house for a publicly traded company. Kathy is a seasoned paralegal with deep trademark experience.
Kathy’s 30 years of legal experiences as a paralegal includes many areas of the law: intellectual property, corporate, family, criminal, public benefits and volunteer work as a Guardian ad Litem.
Kathy holds a Paralegal Certificate from Southern Piedmont Community College. For the last 16 years, Kathy was the Manager of Litigation and Intellectual Property for a medium-sized public company. In this corporate paralegal role, she assisted the General Counsel with the management of the company’s intellectual property portfolio, litigation, corporate governance and regulatory matters.
Kathy studied voice at the University of Hartford’s The Hartt School of music and currently enjoys singing and playing various musical instruments. When she isn’t playing an instrument, she can be found reading books that include alternative medicine, fiction and non-fiction.