Kevin Murray

Counsel

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Kevin Murray focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, including patent, trademark, and copyright matters.

Prior to attending law school, Kevin served as a captain in the US Air Force at the Space and Missile Systems Center where he directed major defense contractors in the development and testing of hardware and software systems for the Department of Defense’s next generation satellite communications system. Given Kevin’s vast technical experience with highly complex hardware and software systems, he is capable of identifying with his clients’ needs and understands the complexities and importance of protecting their intellectual property.

Admissions

Bar Admissions

  • California

Court Admissions

  • US District Court, Central, Northern, and Eastern Districts of California

Registered to Practice

  • US Patent & Trademark Office

Education

  • Loyola Law School, J.D.: Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, Staff; Best Student Article Award
  • United States Air Force Academy, B.S., Biology

Professional Activities

Author

  • “Issues in Appraisal Regulation: The Cracks in the Foundation of the Mortgage Lending Process,” Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2010)

Member

  • Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Currently representing an international consumer electronics company in a complex multi-defendant patent infringement case involving four patents asserted against multi-function printer devices
  • Currently representing an international consumer electronics company in a patent infringement case involving wireless technology
  • Currently representing an electronic component supplier in a matter involving six patents related to the down-conversion of RF signals
  • Represented a consumer electronics company through trial in a complex patent case involving six patents alleged to cover the IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi standard; achieved a favorable settlement shortly before the jury delivered its verdict
  • Represented an international consumer electronics company in a patent infringement matter involving microprocessor technology
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