Andrew Tuggle’s practice focuses on technology and intellectual property law. He helps clients protect their innovations and comply with laws about data and technology.
Andrew helps clients protect their innovations through patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. With a strong technical background, he advises clients on how to comply with laws about cybersecurity, data privacy, digital assets, and exports.
Prior to law school, Andrew worked for a large, multinational hardware manufacturer; for a small engineering-design startup; and in academic DARPA- and G8-funded research. His engineering R&D experience includes magnetic devices and materials, nanoscale electronics, computer modeling and simulation, Barker codes, and sensors.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Andrew Tuggle