Kyle Calhoun is an intellectual property litigation associate focusing on high-tech patent and trade secret litigation in U.S. Federal Courts and at the International Trade Commission. Kyle has played an integral role on two winning trial teams, drafted multiple dispositive motions that successfully dismissed claims on the pleadings, and prepared for and assisted in the taking and defending of several depositions. He has worked alongside technical experts to develop a deep understanding of complex technologies, including machine vision technologies, solar panel systems, network routing appliances, and mobile devices. Kyle also has extensive experience in motion practice and fact discovery in matters not strictly limited to patents, including contract and licensing disputes, business torts, and claims based in unfair competition laws.
Kyle has further developed his skills as a litigation attorney by maintaining involvement in a variety of pro bono matters, with a focus on immigration claims and veteran’s benefit appeals. In particular, Kyle has conducted direct examination of fact witnesses in Immigration Court in support of claims for asylum and drafted multiple briefs to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. This has provided Kyle with an avenue to hone his abilities as an attorney while helping underrepresented communities who need it most.
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Admissions & Qualifications
- The University of Texas at Austin School of LawJ.D.with Honors2016
Teaching Quizmaster for Legal Research and Writing Department
Staff Editor, Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal
Board of Advocates, Director
- University of FloridaB.S., Mechanical Engineeringcum laude2013Florida Blue Key