As a member of the Intellectual Property team, Chloé Salome Margulis is committed to serving clients as a trusted legal adviser and to delivering solution-oriented advice pertaining to the unique and often complex IP challenges they face.
Chloé focuses her practice on patent prosecution and counseling in the fields of computer science, software, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, cryptocurrency and blockchain, cybersecurity, mobile devices, smart home, Internet of Things (IoT), mechanical devices, electrical technology, and other computer hardware and technology. She also counsels clients on data privacy issues.
Chloé is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) in the laws of the United States. She has studied the intersection of big data and law, with her scholarship being published in several international journals. Chloé’s undergraduate thesis on the application of big data analytics to patent litigation was published in the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Chloé was a patent attorney at an IP law firm. While in law school, Chloé clerked at a law firm as well as the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Chloé is currently only admitted to practice law in the state of Minnesota.