Karen Kimble, JD
January 1, 2010 | By Incuba8 |
Karen L. Kimble received her Masters in Biochemistry from the University of Illinois followed by her Juris Doctorate from Indiana University in 1980. She also holds a variety of professional memberships, including the AIPLA, USPTO, and the Michigan State Bar. A brief overview of Karen Kimble’s impressive resume includes 38 years of a broad range of IP experience, working knowledge of over 125 countries IP laws and patent uses. Additionally, she has specific expertise in treaties relevant to intellectual property. Karen has written numerous agreements, e.g., JDA, licensing agreements, complex collaborative research arrangements, due diligence for mergers and patent purchases, and “red herring” documents for the SEC. She has also done research agreements, CDA/NDA and other related patent/technology agreements globally, agricultural patents and technology licensing. In addition she has done grant work resulting from NIH, DOD, DOE and small business development through State of Michigan initiatives. Currently she is the President of Technology Law, PLLC which specializes in technology licensing, patent drafting, patent prosecutions, and trademarks.
Karen Kimble spoke at the Aug ‘09 Incuba8 Business Setup Conference and will be speaking during the upcoming Incuba8 Business Setup Conference on Jan 22-23, 2009. Register Now!
Presentation: Navigating Trademarks! What most entrepreneurs don’t know will kill their business!
Description: Karen will be discussing the key mistakes entrepreneurs make with regard to trade marks. It is never a good idea to create a product, slap a logo or custom label on your creation, and begin selling to the public. To many small companies have infringed on large company’s trade mark’s and have been taken to court and forced to cease operations, costing the operator precious time and money. Allow Karen Kimble to show you how to do basic trade mark searches and how to safely navigate your product into the marketplace without infringing on other trademarked material.
Navigating Trademarks! What Most Entrepreneurs Don’t Know will Kill their Business!