Nora Titus is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in Haynes Boone’s San Francisco office. Her practice focuses on patent office trials and patent prosecution and counseling. In particular, Nora assists clients with patent portfolio valuations from both risk mitigation and strategic perspectives. Her work also includes invalidity analyses and assisting in inter partes filings. Additionally, Nora enjoys community outreach and maintains an active pro bono docket.

Much of her work centers around Wi-Fi and cellular technologies, IoT technologies, computer hardware and software, and networking.

Prior to law school, Nora earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of California, Davis. She conducted research under Dr. Colleen Bronner, Ph.D., regarding the experience of women and minorities in the engineering fields.
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  • "The Supreme Court Leaves Patent Eligibility in Flux," co-author, The Patent Lawyer, July 4, 2023.
  • "Paper Patents are No More!" co-author, Haynes Boone client alert, March 1, 2023.
  • “Peppa Pig Ruling a Cautionary Tale on Sanctions and IP,” co-author, Law360, April 20, 2022.


J.D., University of California Hastings College of Law, 2021, cum laude

B.S., Engineering, University of California Davis, 2018



U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

McCombs, Goryunov, Blikshteyn, McCarty, Titus in The Patent Lawyer: ‘The Supreme Court Leaves Patent [...]
July 07, 2023

David McCombs, Eugene Goryunov, Dina Blikshteyn, Michael McCarty and Nora Titus authored an article in The Patent Lawyer about the uncertain state of patent eligibility after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear three cases on the matter. Read an excerpt below: In May 2023, the US Supreme Court declined to hear three cases concerning patent eligibility: Interactive Wearables LLC v. Polar Electr [...]