Kyle Graves

Associate, Intellectual Property
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4708 f 214.999.3708

Registered Patent Attorney Kyle Graves focuses his practice on the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, as well as handling trademark and copyright matters. He also provides counsel to clients on licensing and other agreements related to the development and disposition of intellectual property assets. Kyle advises clients on cloud-based solutions agreements, including data center and co-location agreements.

Kyle has experience assisting clients with patent applications related to a variety of technologies, including  prosthetics and prosthodontics, online education platforms, silicon devices, avionics, gas turbines, braking systems, hydraulic actuators, mobile telephony hardware, financial services applications, consumer data mining, and command and control systems. He has also assisted clients with technical evaluation of potentially infringing products.

Kyle frequently provides strategic branding guidance to clients regarding trademarks and trademark applications. He has assisted with the enforcement of trademark and trade dress rights, including drafting cease letters and trial documents for disputes before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), federal court and state court. He also assists clients with copyright matters including the negotiation of license agreements for audiovisual works, the preparation of copyright applications, and enforcement efforts.

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