Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce that partner Adam Kelly has been elected the 134th President of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (IPLAC). He will serve a one-year term through May 2019.
Operating since 1884, IPLAC is the oldest intellectual property law bar association in the United States, and is dedicated to maintaining high standards of professionalism in the practice of advertising, copyright, patent, privacy, trademark, trade secret, and related fields of law. The organization is an active advocate in the development and protection of intellectual property law and the manner by which the law is applied by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and the United States Copyright Office.
Mr. Kelly has been active with IPLAC for nearly two decades, and had previously held the positions of Vice President and President-Elect. As a member of Loeb & Loeb’s Patent Litigation and Counseling Department, Adam counsels clients on how to competitively use intellectual property to increase market share and revenues by implementing effective strategies addressing branding, corporate transactions, technology acquisition and patent protection. He represents clients through all litigation phases and across a wide variety of infringement, prosecution, opposition and post-grant review matters.
For more information about IPLAC, visit http://www.iplac.org/.