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Kammie Cuneo

Kammie Cuneo

Thomas P. Howard LLC
  • Intellectual Property, Patents
  • Colorado, District of Columbia, Idaho
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Kammie Cuneo focuses on intellectual property law. With a wealth of experience, she adeptly handles a wide range of legal matters including IP and business litigation, as well as transactional work. Her clientele spans from global corporations to small startups, all benefiting from her expertise.

What sets Kammie apart is her strong scientific background, honed over a decade of experience in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and an additional ten years serving as an IP scientific advisor for prominent national law firms. Leveraging her scientific knowledge, Kammie strategically intertwines the scientific foundations of her cases with innovative legal strategies.

Kammie's proficiency extends to prosecuting patent applications and overseeing patent portfolios in the fields of electrical and electronic technologies. She has also actively participated in patent litigation, serving as a patent agent, patent attorney, and scientific advisor to counsel. Notably, she has handled cases involving patent infringement related to ultrasound imaging technology, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology, microprocessor function and signal processing, electronic driver assist technology, and mathematical models for cryptographic techniques.

The George Washington University Law School
J.D. (2014)
Honors: With High Honors
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
M.S. (2008) | Statistical Physics
Honors: With High Honors
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Professional Experience
Thomas P. Howard LLC
Articles & Publications
Covenants Not to Compete: An Idaho Practitioner-Focused Historical Perspective
The Advocate
Employee Non-Compete Agreements in Idaho
State Bar CLE
Perspectives on Select Patent Licensing Issues
Idaho State Bar IP Section CLE
A move towards globalization provides a new tool to defend against infringement: The rise of the IPR
The Advocate
Speaking Engagements
Lost in Translation: Overcoming Language Access Barriers in Idaho’s Courts, Panel Discussion Moderator
Registered to Practice Before the USPTO
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
2018 - 2019
Professional Associations
Colorado IP American Inn of Court
Board Member
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Idaho State Bar Intellectual Property Section
Past Chairman
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Idaho Pro Bono Commission
Past Board Member
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Colorado Supreme Court
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District of Columbia
District of Columbia Bar
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Idaho State Bar
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  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Practice Areas
Intellectual Property
Patent Appeals, Patent Litigation, Patent Prosecution
  • English
Legal Answers
Q. Do I have a case to sue a landscaper at fault grade and drainage alteration?
A: The decision to engage in litigation should be economically rational. From the explanation above, it appears that the damage resulting from the original landscaping contractor's has been assessed at about $11,000 (the cost of fixing the errors). It is unclear whether there is a fee shifting clause in your contract with the landscape contractor which allows you to recover your attorney's fees if you prevail in a law suit. If there is no fee shifting clause, and your maximum amount of damages is about $11k, then your maximum recovery may be at best $11000 + some costs - attorney fees. This of course is a very crude calculation but it should inform your decision to invest in litigation. The strength of each claim that you may assert in litigation is determined by the facts of the case. So your current attorney is in the best position to give you a frank assessment. But whether litigation is the rational choice depends on the amount of damages that you may recover less the costs to litigate, including your attorney's fees. ... Read More
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Louisville, CO 80027
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