As a registered patent attorney in New York, ANDREW NOBLE regularly handles patent preparation, prosecution, and related complex U.S. Patent Office proceedings. He is very experienced in managing large-scale domestic and international patent portfolios. He is also very experienced in counseling clients on intellectual property and technology services issues arising in complex transactions, like private equity, mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings, and licensing programs. In addition, Andrew has tried patent matters before federal courts.

Andrew has represented clients such as Google, Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia), AT&T, Bloomberg, Philips Electronics, and Johnson & Johnson as patent counsel regarding a variety of subject matter, including fiber optic communication routing systems, cellular network roaming technology, arthroscopic suture anchors, high-pressure mercury vapor discharge lamps, software-as a-service (SaaS) products, trading systems, automotive electronics, and healthcare records management. With an electrical engineering degree from Georgia Tech, Andrew is known for his ability to absorb the most complex technology, and specializes in describing mechanical and computer-based systems.

Prior to joining Mauriel Kapouytian Woods, Andrew was an intellectual property associate at DLA Piper LLP and Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP.

Andrew is the co-author of “Claim Interpretation for Patent Drafters”, Electronic and Software Patents: Law and Practice, Fourth Edition (BNA Books 2016).


  • Columbia University School of Law (J.D., 1999)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, 1996)

Bar Memberships

  • Admitted in New York, Pennsylvania, and Georgia
  • United States Patent and Trademark Office registered


  • Patenting Artificial Intelligence Inventions: Introduction and Selected Issues, Originally published in NYSBA Bright Ideas, Summer 2020, Vol. 29 No. 2, pp. 4-10. Reprinted by permission of the New York State Bar Association ( Download PDF
  • Chapter 8: Claim Interpretation for Patent Drafters in Electronic and Software Patents, Law and Practice, 4th Edition, published by Bloomberg BNA and AIPLA in 2016 and updated regularly  Download PDF