Clint Taylor Named Kelly IP’s Newest Partner

Kelly IP is pleased to announce that Clint Taylor has been elected as the firm’s newest partner. Since joining Kelly IP in 2017, Clint’s dedication, hard work and depth of experience have played a key role in the growth and success of our firm.

According to partner David Kelly, “Clint’s well-earned promotion reflects our firm’s ongoing commitment to developing and recognizing talented lawyers. From the start, Clint’s commitment to high-quality legal work and dedication to the firm’s clients have been exemplary. The firm proudly welcomes Clint to the partnership.”

Clint’s practice focuses on all aspects of trademark and copyright law, including prosecution, counseling, clearance, and enforcement. He has extensive experience handling complex enforcement matters, including helping clients achieve favorable enforcement resolutions at all stages of litigation and prior to litigation commencing. Clint has handled numerous TTAB proceedings through the initial pleadings stage, discovery, dispositive motions, and trial. He also represents clients in Federal court litigation.

Clint is a member of INTA, AIPLA and the IP section of the ABA. He regularly writes and presents on various IP topics, including continuing legal education seminars and courses.

Before joining Kelly IP, Clint worked at a general practice law firm in Texas where he handled trademark, copyright, and domain name law. When Clint is not working on cutting-edge trademark matters, he enjoys cooking and finding new recipes, watching the Texas Tech Red Raiders, traveling, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.

About the firm: Kelly IP is a nationally recognized boutique firm specializing in all aspects of trademarks, copyrights, domain names, false advertising, unfair competition, and related areas. We offer a full range of services in these areas, including trademark clearance, prosecution, portfolio management, counseling, licensing, prelitigation opinions, enforcement, civil litigation, and litigation before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”). For more information, please visit our website at