Noah Ashman’s practice focuses primarily on patent prosecution but covers a range of issues involving all types of intellectual property. Noah utilizes his background in mechanical engineering to assist clients in protecting and managing their intellectual property assets.
Before joining Miller Nash, Noah served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Debra E. Velure in the Lane County Circuit Court, where he assisted with preparing bench notes, memoranda, orders, and judgments in a wide variety of civil matters. Noah was also an extern for the University of Oregon Office of the General Counsel, where he conducted research and drafted memoranda on a variety of legal issues, including data privacy and copyright licensing.
- Multnomah Bar Association, Member
- Oregon State Bar, Member
- Intellectual Property Section, Member
- OGALLA, the LGBT Bar Association of Oregon, Member
Insights from Noah
- "Another Stumble for AI in the Copyright Office," Miller Nash, IP & Technology Law Trends (Feb. 2023)
- "Supreme Court to Review Trademark Territoriality," Miller Nash, IP & Technology Law Trends (Nov. 2022)
- "Supreme Court May Review Trademark Territoriality," Miller Nash, IP & Technology Law Trends (Oct. 2022)
- “Outed by Advertisements: How LGBTQ Internet Users Present a Case for Federal Data Privacy Legislation,” 99 OR. L. REV. 523 (2021)
Outside the Office
When he is not in the office, Noah can be found hiking and camping around the Pacific Northwest, playing tennis, and running.