Kenneth C. Booth
Launching, managing, and growing a business is no easy feat. Only someone who has walked that path, felt the failures, and sacrificed for the successes can truly know what that journey entails. Ken has done just that, and this helps him empathize with the challenges his entrepreneurial clients are facing. With this background, he can establish a solid IP business strategy—complete with the patents and trademarks that support it—that will protect their market and allow a client’s business to thrive uninhibited. He isn’t just an IP attorney, he is a valuable asset with perspective about how to create, take advantage of, and protect business opportunities.
Areas of Practice/Specialties
- Aerospace and Electrical Engineering;
- Medical Device Technologies
- J.D., University of Utah College of Law
- Honors: William H. Leary Scholar
- B.S.E.E. cum laude in Electrical Engineering, Math, and Nuclear Engineering, University of Utah
Admitted to practice in:
- Korean (Limited Working Proficiency; Can also read and write)
- Ken is an inventor on more than 67 granted US Patents and many more foreign patents.
- Ken was named Arizona’s Leading Patent and Trademark Attorney of the Year for 2020 by Acquisition International.
- Chengdu, China, LiJiu Law Firm, July 11, 2019, Patent Law in the United States and Introduction to Strategic Patent Filing
- University Immersion Program, Sichuan University, China, July, 2019, US Patent Drafting and Strategy
- University Immersion Program, Sichuan University, China, July, 2019, US Legal Issues in Trademarks and Copyrights
- Arizona State University, Herberger Arts College, THP 598, Spring Semester, 2019, Legal Issues in the Arts,
- Tempe, Arizona: October 24, 2018, New Trademark Attorney Marketing Tools
- Arizona State University, April 23, 2018, Intellectual Property Value in the Arts
- Sichuan University, China: March 8-, 2018, The Benefits of Protecting and Respecting Innovation Rights
- Tempe, Arizona: October 16, 2013, Trademark Prescreening Search Essentials
- Tempe, Arizona: September 12, 2012, The America Invents Act – What’s Next?