Kayla O'Leary

Kayla C. O'Leary

Associate

Kayla C. O'Leary

Associate

  • Overview

    Biography

    Kayla O'Leary assists clients with a variety of intellectual property and technology counseling, prosecution and transactional matters. She is a member of the Intellectual Property + Technology Group in the firm’s Business Transactions Practice Group. 

    Intellectual Property Transactions

    Kayla’s practice involves advising clients on the development, protection and commercialization of intellectual property. For example, Kayla has aided clients with all aspects of a new technology product launch, including drafting development agreements, supply and manufacturing agreements, terms and conditions of product purchase, product support and maintenance agreements, and end user license agreements for software products. More generally, Kayla advises clients on trademark, patent, and copyright development, licensing and assignment agreements.

    Information Technology

    Kayla assists clients with technology licensing, development, acquisition, maintenance and servicing agreements. Specifically, in connection with technology development, she assists clients with a wide variety of agreements necessary to protect and exploit technology such as professional services and development contracts, nondisclosure and inventions assignment agreements, and license agreements. Kayla also represents clients licensing software by advising on and negotiating software license, cloud services and software as a service (SaaS) agreements.

    Trademark Prosecution

    Kayla assists clients with brand management including clearance, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement of trademark registrations and rights worldwide. Kayla also aids clients with resolution of ownership and rights disputes including assisting with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office opposition and cancellation proceedings.

    Business Transactions

    Kayla has experience assisting companies with various aspects of their general commercial contracting needs, including employee and independent contractor confidentiality and inventions assignment agreements, non-disclosure agreements, reseller agreements, distribution agreements, sales representative agreements, minimum advertised price policies, website terms of use and privacy policies.