Kenny Knox works with corporations, startup companies, and universities in procuring domestic and foreign intellectual property rights. Kenny oversees domestic and international anti-counterfeiting and brand management, and has extensive experience protecting and enforcing IP rights of his clients against the illegal manufacture and distribution of counterfeit goods. Kenny also oversees various patent and trademark litigation matters in the United States, China, and other countries.
In the area of patent preparation and prosecution, Kenny prepares and prosecutes patent applications in various technologies, including computer display technology, computer software and web services, cloud computing, computer virtualization, e-commerce, computer vision, telecommunications, medical devices, and wireless power circuits. Kenny also has filed and prosecuted a substantial number of design patent applications for user interfaces and consumer products.
Kenny also has substantial experience in post-grant proceedings before the USPTO including inter partes review (IPR), ex parte reexamination, and the transitional program for covered business method patents (CBM). With respect to defensive strategies, he has supervised prior art searches and filed third-party preissuance submissions with the USPTO. He also regularly handles the shutting down or transferring of ownership of infringing domain names under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution (UDRP) Policy in disputes before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).