Kara focuses her practice on Section 337 cases in the International Trade Commission, patent litigation, and assisting clients with licensing agreements. She has experience in drafting motions, discovery requests, and license arrangements. She works with clients in a broad range of industries, including consumer products and technology.
Kara was a Law Clerk at Mintz in 2018. While attending law school, she served as a law clerk in the Office of Unfair Import Investigations at the US International Trade Commission; a legal intern at a Massachusetts-based global athletic footwear and apparel company; and a judicial intern for the Hon. George A. O’Toole Jr., who is now a Senior US District Court Judge for the District of Massachusetts. In law school, she was a staff member and a publications editor for the Northeastern University Law Review.
Prior to attending law school, Kara was a paralegal at two intellectual property law firms: one based in Massachusetts and the other in Connecticut. In those roles, she conducted legal research, reviewed discovery, and drafted interrogatories for US patent litigation. She also helped prepare US patent and trademark applications and foreign filings. Earlier, she was an account executive at a sports and entertainment sponsorship and marketing agency in Connecticut and a seasonal partnership marketing employee with the National Hockey League.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kara E. Grogan