Elizabeth R. Kendall is an attorney with Clements Bernard Walker (CBW). Her practice focuses on drafting and prosecuting utility, design, and plant patent applications in the electrical, mechanical, and chemical arts for U.S. and foreign patent offices.
Ms. Kendall also has experience in writing freedom-to-operate opinions; overseeing intellectual property portfolios; advising clients on intellectual property protection strategies to best fit their business needs; streamlining firm tasks; and developing new business.
Representative arts include software, signal processing, test and measurement equipment, optical devices, nanoscale materials, adhesives, pharmacological compositions, medical devices, and agricultural systems.
Ms. Kendall enjoys sharing information about new developments in Intellectual Property Law through her blog, impeccableip.com, which allows her to keep clients up-to-date on issues and trends that can affect their businesses and to develop strategic practical applications of legal nuances in this area.
Purdue University, BS, Nuclear Engineering
Marquette University Law School, J.D., Intellectual Property Law
Admitted: OR, WA, WI, and before the United States Patent & Trademark Office