Trevor Graves is a Patent Attorney in the Intellectual Property & Technology Service Group. His practice focuses on intellectual property protection strategy, including counseling clients on infringement, validity and patentability, patent drafting and prosecution, trademark prosecution, copyrights, trade secrets and transfer, and licensing of intellectual property.
Legal Overview of Protecting Client and Business Information
19th Biennial Business Associations Law Institute, Lexington, KY April 18-19, 2023
by Haley Cawthon, KYINNO, September 27, 2021
by Adrian Cruz, Law360, July 19, 2021
by staff reporter, The Lane Report, July 15, 2021
Lexington Office Recruiting Committee, Member
YMCA of Central Kentucky, volunteer
Leadership Kentucky, Class of 2022
Prior to joining the firm, Trevor was an attorney with King & Schickli, PLLC, an intellectual property boutique firm in Lexington. He is actively involved in volunteering and coaching at the YMCA of Central Kentucky. He lives with his wife, Ashley and his children, Gabby and Brady.
Griffin Gate Marriott Golf Resort & Spa, 1800 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY 40511
Stites & Harbison attorneys Trevor Graves, Jim Seiffert, Jack Seiffert and Patrick Torre will be presenters at this year's Business Associations Law Institute in Lexington May 18 & 19, 2023.
Time: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
400 West Market Street, 18th Floor, Louisville, KY 40202
Stites & Harbison will host a Thirsty Thursday networking event about contractors needs to keep intellectual property on their minds on Thursday, September 8th.
LEXINGTON, Ky.—Leadership Kentucky has selected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Trevor Graves as a member of the 2022 Leadership Kentucky program. This year’s 51-member class will participate in seven three-day sessions from June through December at locations throughout Kentucky.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently published a final rule implementing the Trademark Modernization Act of 2020 (TMA). The TMA amends the federal trademark statute (Lanham Act) in several ways, but the most significant aspect for the business community is the establishment of new ex parte expungement and reexamination proceedings for cancellation of a registration when the required use in commerce has not been made.