Alanna Brallier is an associate in the firm’s Miami office. A former engineer, Alanna is passionate about breaking down and solving complex problems in creative, strategic ways that deliver value to her clients. Her practice has primarily focused on patent litigation, including cases before U.S. District Courts, the Patent Trial and Appeals Board, and the U.S. International Trade Commission. Alanna also has experience in intellectual property licensing, copyright and trademark law, and data privacy compliance.
Alanna is a graduate of The University Texas School of Law in Austin and Missouri University of Science & Technology in Rolla. During law school, Alanna interned in the legal department at a major technology company where she worked on projects involving data privacy laws. She also worked as a student clinician to help clients start and grow local businesses, and she held leadership positions in various organizations. During her undergraduate studies, she was captain of her university’s cheerleading squad and a member of the Society of Explosives Engineers. Prior to attending law school, Alanna worked as a manufacturing engineer at a North Carolina facility that manufactures heavy-duty transmissions. And prior to all of that, Alanna spent years wearing multiple hats at her family’s aftermarket truck accessory manufacturing business.
Having grown up in an entrepreneurial family, Alanna knows firsthand the difference that good legal representation of intellectual property rights can make to change lives and communities. She is proud that her practice enables her to be a part of it. Alanna has also contributed her time pro bono in litigation matters involving First Amendment law, criminal law, and immigration law.
Alanna is fluent in English and Spanish and conversant in Portuguese.