Kevin Tamm focuses his practice on transactional intellectual property issues for large and mid-size corporate clients. His representation includes patent prosecution regarding chemical and mechanical arts; post-grant reviews, including inter partes reviews; intellectual property issues in mergers and acquisitions, licensing and freedom to operate. Kevin counsels and represents his clients in the areas of patentability and intellectual property asset management, specifically in the fields of energy, oil and gas, petrochemicals, specialty and organic chemicals, control systems, medical devices and small molecules. He also has experience prosecuting United States and foreign patents for large corporate clients, universities and independent inventors, and is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
A unique quality that Kevin bring to his practice is his background in chemical engineering. He held a chemical associate position at an engineering consulting firm after earning his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. While in law school, he was also a legal extern for the Honorable Michael R. Barrett in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, and worked in the legal department of GE Aviation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin R. Tamm