Taylor is experienced in both political filing matters for candidates and campaigns, as well as ballot contests and related litigation. Ms. Bloom also practices trademark, copyright and trade secret counseling and litigation. Taylor is based in San Diego, but practices throughout the state.
Taylor received her J.D. with an Intellectual Property Concentration from the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2013. In law school, she served as the President of the McGeorge Intellectual Property Student Association, President of the Jewish Law Student Association, and was employed as a law clerk at Bell, McAndrews, and Hiltachk, LLP. In addition, she moderated and determined the content for intellectual property law speaking engagements with a focus in sports law.
Prior to law school, Taylor received a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California Santa Barbara, a Technology Management Certification through the College of Engineering, and a Minor in History.
Taylor additionally has extensive professional campaign consulting and advising experience for numerous candidates over the past seven years.
•Campaign and Election Law
•Intellectual Property (Trademark, Copyright and Trade Secrets)
•Entertainment Transactions and Litigation
•Sports Law and Professional Athlete Representation
•University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D. with an Intellectual Property Concentration, 2013
•University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A. Political Science, Technology Management Certification from the College of Engineering, Minor in History, 2010
•Southern District of California
•All California state courts
•Trustee, La Jolla Town Council (2014 – Present)
•San Diego Republican Lawyers, Executive Director (2014 – Present)
•San Diego Bar Association Intellectual Property Section – 2015 Board, Member at Large
•San Diego Bar Association Entertainment and Sports Section – 2015 Board, Member at Large
•Leonard M. Friedman Bar Association Young Community Leader of 2011
•Google Glass Explorer, Chosen to promote IP law and the intersection with new technology, 2013 – Present
•Moderated the “IP & Sports–Breaking into the Industry” Panel Tour at Santa Clara, Berkeley, and McGeorge Schools of Law for the Sports Lawyers Association in the Fall of 2012.
•Moderated the symposium “IP, Sports, & New Technology” with Google at Stanford Law School for the Sports Lawyers Association on April 19, 2013.