Allison Mayne assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice in patent prosecution. She has scientific experience in the areas of mechanical engineering, aerodynamics, sensor technology, programming software, and thermodynamic principles.

Allison’s legal experience includes performing legal research for intellectual property matters, conducting USPTO searches, drafting Office Action responses, preparing Examiner interview agendas, and attending invention disclosure meetings.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Allison was an intellectual property intern at a law firm in New Haven, CT and spent a summer as a technology specialist intern at Wolf Greenfield. She graduated from the University of Connecticut, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. As an undergraduate, Allison utilized sensor technology and programming software to construct a pitching machine that tracks players, and deconstructed a patented machine to analyze and document the inner components and functions.

 

     

    • University of Connecticut, Walter Rose Scholar (2017-2019)
    • University of Connecticut, Babbidge Scholar (2017-2018)
    • University of Connecticut, Presidential Scholar (2017)

       

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    Allison Mayne assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice in patent prosecution. She has scientific experience in the areas of mechanical engineering, aerodynamics, sensor technology, programming software, and thermodynamic principles.

    Allison’s legal experience includes performing legal research for intellectual property matters, conducting USPTO searches, drafting Office Action responses, preparing Examiner interview agendas, and attending invention disclosure meetings.

    Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Allison was an intellectual property intern at a law firm in New Haven, CT and spent a summer as a technology specialist intern at Wolf Greenfield. She graduated from the University of Connecticut, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. As an undergraduate, Allison utilized sensor technology and programming software to construct a pitching machine that tracks players, and deconstructed a patented machine to analyze and document the inner components and functions.

     

       

      • University of Connecticut, Walter Rose Scholar (2017-2019)
      • University of Connecticut, Babbidge Scholar (2017-2018)
      • University of Connecticut, Presidential Scholar (2017)