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Kimberly N. Reddick

Kimberly N. Reddick


Washington, DC, USA

Kimberly Reddick has over 15 years experience in intellectual property law. She is the managing attorney of Red IP Law in Washington, DC, where she specializes in domestic and international trademark counseling, licensing, enforcement, clearance, prosecution and litigation.

Prior to founding Red IP Law, Ms. Reddick was a Partner at K&L Gates LLP, where she counseled clients on cutting-edge issues in all aspects of trademark, unfair competition, and copyright laws. She was also a Trademark Attorney Advisor with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Ms. Reddick serves as outside intellectual property counsel to large and small corporations, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.  In this capacity, she counsels clients regarding branding strategies, liability, enforcement, anti-counterfeiting tactics, and maintenance and licensing of trademarks and copyrights. In addition, she advises clients on a variety of advertising, sweepstakes, Internet, domain name and social networking issues, as well as handles domain name disputes and IP owner disputes on Facebook®, Twitter® and other social networking sites.

Ms. Reddick has written and participated in speaking engagements on a number of trademark and social media topics.  Most recently, she was named as one of 40 of the Nation's Best Advocates under 40 by IMPACT and the National Bar Association.

Ms. Reddick received her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where she was a Notes Editor and member of the American Intellectual Property (AIPLA) Law Association Quarterly Journal and her B.A. from Dartmouth College in Hanover New Hampshire. She is a member of the New York Bar and District of Columbia Bar.

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