Jeffrey Kuester Named Among Leading Patent Lawyers by Intellectual Asset Management
Taylor English Duma LLP is pleased to announce that Jeffrey R. Kuester has been recognized by Intellectual Asset Management on its IAM Patent 1000 list for 2013 as one of the leading patent attorneys in the world. “The World’s Leading Patent Professionals” is considered to be the world’s most extensive guide to leading private practice patent professionals and firms. The list recognizes individuals and firms who play a strategic role in developing and implementing patent solutions, locally and internationally.
“As patent-based deals and major disputes continue to attract widespread attention, the need for highly-skilled attorneys with business-minded solutions has become greater,” said Al B. Hill, Chief Executive Officer of Taylor English. “Jeff is a thought leader in the world of intellectual property; we are pleased that his accomplishments have been recognized by Intellectual Asset Management.”
Kuester chairs the Patent Practice of Taylor English’s Intellectual Property group where he oversees all issues related to patent preparation and prosecution. In addition, he has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation, licensing and counseling.
Kuester currently serves as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia for intellectual property matters. He is also an adjunct professor at Georgia State University College of Law, where he recently received the Alumni Service Award and serves as Vice-Chair of the Intellectual Property Advisory Board and an organizer of the Corporate IP Institute.
He currently chairs the Technology Advisory Committee and is a member of the Next Generation Courts Commission for the State Bar of Georgia. He is a member of the American Bar Association Intellectual Property Law section, the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) and the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys. Kuester is also a board member of the International Human Rights Group (IHRG) and a member of the International Trademark Association’s (INTA) Domain Disputes & Whois Subcommittee.