Jacqueline Kett concentrates her practice in intellectual property law, with a focus on patent prosecution and transactional work in a wide range of technological areas. In addition to this work, she also specializes in website disability compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Jacqueline's experience in serving clients extends beyond the practice of law as prior to her joining the firm, she counseled and assisted start-up ventures in business and marketing strategy. She aims to implement her prior experience to help clients holistically develop and execute appropriate intellectual property strategy based on their needs.
Prior to joining the firm, Jacqueline served at an intellectual property firm. Through this role, Jacqueline performed a variety of patent prosecution, patent litigation, trademark prosecution, and copyright tasks. She also served at a pro-bono intellectual property clinic where she assisted micro-entity companies and individuals in establishing their intellectual property portfolios.
Before entering the practice of law, Jacqueline counseled start-up ventures while working at a venture capital firm. In addition, she has worked on several start-up teams herself taking on a variety of roles ranging from marketing to operations.
- “In a League of Its Own: Should Intellectual Property Law Protect Sports Moves?” Case Western Reserve Law Review, September 2022
- “As a Matter of Fact: Copyrighting Fictitious Entries Within Reference Works,” Case Western Reserve Law Review, May 2022
- Goodwine, B., Kett, J. “Battle of the Beverages: The Zero-Sum Game for the ZERO Trademark,” Fay Sharpe Insights, January 2021.