Sally Brown began her career as an engineer in aerospace research and design before returning to law school and becoming a registered patent attorney. Her experience in R&D allows her to quickly understand, identify, and assess key elements of innovation. Sally’s practice focuses on patent harvesting, preparation, prosecution, licensing, and strategy related particularly to electrical, mechanical and software innovation and advancements. Sally also enjoys giving back and currently serves as a committee member for the Utah Technology, Commercialization & Innovation Program, a board member for the Women’s Tech Council, a mentor and judge for the Academic Olympiad, and is a founding member and Master in the David K. Winder IP Inn of Court.
Prior to joining Loza and Loza Sally served as Corporate Counsel for a software development studio developing mobile apps. Prior to that she served as Chief Patent Counsel for a Fortune 500 company based in Europe. In these roles she authored or co-authored hundreds of patent application and prosecuted over five hundred applications to issuance in the United States and foreign jurisdictions including Brazil, China, France, Germany, Japan, and Korea among others. Sally’s engineering and legal experience has encompassed a broad range of fields including areas as diverse as medical implants and self-driving autonomous vehicles. Sally is a member of the Utah State Bar, a registered patent attorney, and admitted to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She holds a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Utah State University and a Juris Doctorate, Order of the Coif, from the University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law.