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Keith Grady Joins Tucker Ellis IP Department as Partner in St. Louis

November 2020
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Tucker Ellis LLP is pleased to announce that Keith Grady has joined the firm’s St. Louis office as a partner in its Intellectual Property Department.

Mr. Grady represents publicly traded companies and major manufacturers in patent litigation in a variety of technological industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, nutritional supplement, software, medical device, and mechanical devices. He also regularly represents clients in litigation involving technology-related disputes, trademarks, trade secrets, unfair competition, internet domain names, and trade dress.

Mr. Grady has served as first chair in all phases of intellectual property litigation, appearing in hundreds of cases in courts nationwide to represent clients in preliminary injunction hearings, claim construction hearings, summary judgment hearings, and jury trials. He also has presented arguments at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

“Keith’s three decades of invaluable government and private-practice experience will be a huge benefit to our clients in developing, enforcing, and defending their intellectual property,” said Intellectual Property Department Chair Carlos Garritano. “We’re excited to welcome him to our practice and our firm.”

“Once again, we count ourselves fortunate that top-quality talent like Keith choose to call Tucker Ellis their work home,” said Managing Partner Joe Morford. “Our clients will be exceptionally well served by Keith’s expertise, and we’re happy to have him on board.”

Mr. Grady received his law degree cum laude from Hamline University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Tulane University. Since 2014, he has been recognized in IP STARS as both a “Patent Star” and a “Trade Mark Star,” and since 2012 he has been ranked in Chambers USA in the area of Intellectual Property (Missouri) in recognition of his outstanding legal knowledge, experience, ability, effectiveness, and client service.

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