Patent Attorneys Michael Kiklis and Kimani Clark Form New Boutique Patent Firm

Kiklis and Clark, PLLC has launched as a new innovative firm having over a half-century of experience in all areas of patent law, with a particular focus on software and computer technology. The firm’s founders, Michael Kiklis and Kimani Clark, have a long history of working together and handling high-stakes matters. The co-founders believe in providing value to clients by leveraging their extensive experience and innovating in every aspect of the business.

Kiklis and Clark handles PTAB cases and patent litigation as well as Federal Circuit appeals from those cases. Collectively, the founders have handled approximately 100 trials at the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and over 20 Federal Circuit appeals from those cases. The firm also handles large-scale patent prosecution, pre-litigation strategies and negotiations, patent studies, cross-licensing, infringement and validity analyses, and patent opinions. A complete hands-on approach combined with significant depth of experience and a history of representing some of the largest corporations in the world are what sets the firm apart.

“We are excited about partnering with our clients to provide our personalized service and strategic advice, to resolve their patent issues, and to handle their PTAB needs,” said Kiklis. “Together, we’ve handled high-stakes patent matters for some of the largest tech companies in the world. Our deep experience, which includes handling cases for such leading technology companies as Broadcom, Cisco, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Schlumberger, ensures an in-depth understanding of both our client’s business and IP needs to handle their most challenging matters.”

“Our focus is on delivering continual innovation to every aspect of our work with our clients, from legal strategy to customer experience, operations and technology,” said Clark.

Kiklis leverages his nearly 30 years of experience to assist clients in PTAB trials as well as district court patent litigation. He has handled approximately 100 PTAB trials and has been involved in more than 20 Federal Circuit appeals from his cases. He both enforces and defends the intellectual property rights of his clients and is often called upon to handle cases worth more than $100 million. A frequent speaker and author on patent law, Kiklis is also the author of “The Supreme Court on Patent Law,” an 800-page treatise devoted to the Supreme Court’s patent law jurisprudence. Kiklis received his J.D. (magna cum laude) from Syracuse University College of Law, M.S. in Computer Science from Boston University, and his B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Clark specializes in computer and software patent law and has represented over a dozen Fortune 500 companies in large, complex and high-stakes technology matters. His patent practice includes prosecution, litigation and counseling. In his 25-year career, he has served as a partner in some of the nation’s most prestigious law firms. Clark’s computer science and engineering mindset, and his business acumen as a founder of two tech companies, provide a distinct advantage in handling complex computing technologies for his clients and advising on the intersection between business and the law. Clark received his J.D. from Stanford Law School and his B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

About Kiklis and Clark, PLLC
Kiklis and Clark, PLLC provides legal services to technology-based companies, focusing on trials at the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board, strategic prosecution, and district court patent litigation, and currently represents several Fortune 500 companies. The firm’s reputation is built on the founders’ unique collective experience and history of representing some of the world’s leading computer and software companies. A pillar of the firm’s foundation is continual innovation in every aspect of the business, from legal strategy and client service to customer experience, operations, and technology.