Kate Gaudry

Shareholder, Patent Attorney



Phone  971-634-0286 (main)

Education Details

B.S. Physics
Fort Hays State University.

Ph.D Computational neurobiology
University Of California, San Diego

Harvard Law School, Harvard University

Court Admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2007)

Washington D.C.

Colorado (inactive)


Kate’s practice and background spans technology areas, including physics, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, biology and software. Her current practice focuses on artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, and software. Kate has wet/dry-lab experiences in these areas from institutions including Harvard University, the University of California San Diego, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

Kate represents clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. She has represented universities and companies that have spun-off from universities.

Kate has been an active participant in the legal field that has considered how the advancement of artificial intelligence will affect the legal field and may shape patenting strategies or examination in the field. She has co-authored dozens of articles and a book chapter pertaining to this topic, and she is a Co-Chair of the AI Task Force of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).

Kate is also a strong advocate for the physically disabled. She has promoted virtual-work environments and other arrangements, so as to ensure that others with disabilities can intellectually and socially contribute to society. She has been a vocal advocate of others with disabilities through online groups and by contributing to a book about real-life experiences pertaining to a new treatment for multiple sclerosis. Burt, R. K. (2023). Everyday Miracles: Curing Multiple Sclerosis, Scleroderma and Other Diseases by Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (pp. 78-80). Forefront Books.