Elliott Halsey is a Partner at Kelley Kronenberg, where he concentrates his practice in copyright and trademark and real estate litigation with particular emphasis on real property litigation, and residential and commercial real estate transactions. He also assists banks and other financial service providers with regulatory, enforcement, transactional, and litigation matters.
In his intellectual property practice, Elliott assists all types and sizes of institutional clients, start-up companies, and entrepreneurs to identify the necessary protections for their intellectual property, manage their unique business and legal requirements, and determine the most advantageous and cost-effective options for safeguarding their assets against infringement. Elliott handles all aspects of representation for copyright, trademark, and licensing endeavors.
Prior to joining Kelley Kronenberg, Elliott earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Wittenberg University, during which time he earned a paid competitive internship at the National Institutes of Health in the department of Molecular Biology. He then pursued his graduate studies and taught in Microbiology at Miami of Ohio University.
Elliott is a registered practitioner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He earned his law degree from Ohio Northern University in 2000, with a concentration in Patent Law and Corporate Law and started practicing as an Intellectual Property Attorney. He is licensed in Illinois, the District of Columbia, and is a registered practitioner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has prosecuted numerous Trademarks and Patents for individuals, new and established entities.