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Kathryn Kent - Trademark Lawyer Kent Law Practice, PLLC, is a focused law practice with an emphasis in intellectual property, internet law, and designated areas of business law. I started this practice with a commitment to the broader concepts of justice and fairness, and continue to take targeted cases and issues impacting societal and consumer protections. And, I handle the daily legal issues with the same perspective; the concepts of justice and fairness are foundational rather than theoretical. When I practice trademark law, I keep in mind its goals of protecting consumers and promoting fair, responsible competition.  As a client, you can expect my work to reflect deeply rooted convictions that insist on integrity, excellence, and genuine client commitment. Clients across the United States benefit from an accessible, affordable, counselor at law approach to their trademark, business, and intellectual property strategies. In addition, my clients benefit from a collaborative network of attorneys who provide international support to KLP clients conducting business on a global scale.

As part of my commitment to law and public education, I am enthusiastically involved in the American Bar Association. Currently, I chair an actively engaged ABA/IPL trademark committee. For more about my background and work with the trademark division of the American Bar Association, please visit my LinkedIn profile:

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Admitted to practice in Vermont and the United States District Court, District of Vermont.  Practice outside of Vermont is limited to federal law.

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Truth and Consumer Protection...When Facts Don't Matter

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        UPDATE:  After repeated emails and providing public records to demonstrate that I was NOT the Kathryn Kent who received disciplinary action, the "watchdog" has finally corrected most of the information on the website. Hopefully the remainder will be removed soon. Again, I am sorry for any consumer, client or colleague that was mislead by the watchdog's false information during the time it was posted.