Key IP was founded on the concept of providing a full range of services that address the intellectual property issues faced by clients of all sizes. IP has been the fuel that launched some of the most successful individuals and companies in the world from humble beginnings to international success. We understand that IP is increasingly important and increasingly complex. And we believe that everyone deserves quality representation to protect their creative efforts.

We therefore specialize in bringing tailored solutions that are proportional to the needs of our clients’ IP issues, without ever sacrificing the high quality of representation they deserve. We have assembled attorneys with nearly a century of combined experience in IP law. Our attorneys have served as advocates, expert witnesses, consultants and general counsel, but we have also been scientists, engineers, inventors, authors, educators, and performers. We have traveled globally, are fluent in multiple languages, and have worked in industry. We have been where our clients are, and we understand and appreciate the balances that our clients must strike in running their businesses.

Most significantly, IP is what we do. We are dedicated to the Constitution’s promise to promote the progress of science and the useful arts. For over ten years, Key IP has remained true to its vision. We take great pride in helping our clients succeed using the IP assets and growing alongside them. And whether it’s a single trademark registration or asserting multiple patents against multiple parties in multiple courts, we never sacrifice the quality that the matter deserves.


Our experience spans diverse industries and technologies, including:

  • Radio frequency identification (RFID)
  • Wireless communications
  • Semiconductors
  • Microprocessors
  • Imaging technologies
  • Renewable energy technologies
  • Polymers and biopolymers
  • Databases
  • Search engines
  • Fintech
  • Global positioning system (GPS) applications
  • Stents and catheters
  • E-commerce
  • Nuclear devices
  • Recombinant DNA technology
  • Image processing
  • Wind turbines