Laura Kees is a trademark attorney in the firm’s Atlanta office and concentrates her practice on trademark portfolio management, counseling clients as to the risk associated with adoption of proposed names and marks, evaluating when applications for domestic and/or international registration should be filed, and advising how and when to maintain those registrations. Ms. Kees works with a variety of large portfolio clients and utilizes an international network of IP attorneys to ensure that those clients’ trademark assets are adequately protected through registration in jurisdictions in which the client does, or anticipates doing, business.
Laura graduated with a B.A. in 1998 from the University of Florida and was subsequently inducted into the university’s Hall of Fame. She then served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Technology Law and Policy, as well as president of the Internet Computer Law Association, while pursuing her J.D. degree.
- Trademark counsel to a number of large portfolio clients, including a well-known hotel chain with 10 major brands, a well-known restaurant group, a well-known music and video club and one of the world’s leading infant and toddler product companies.
- Trademark counsel to sports stars, recording artists and other creative talent in the music and entertainment industries.
- Brief reading judge for 2013 Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition.
- Oral argument judge for 2010 Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition.