Federal Circuit Bar Association taps Killough to arrange patent summaries
The Federal Circuit Bar Association has chosen B.C. “Bill” Killough, member attorney of Barnwell Whaley, to arrange summaries of patent decision handed down by the Federal Circuit for the monthly publication Circuit Case Digest.
Killough has 30 years of experience as a registered patent attorney. He has obtained more than 275 U.S. patents for his clients and has taken part in the prosecution of more than 100 foreign patent applications. He has filed more than 1,000 trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Offices.
Killough is an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he teaches patent law. He has been honored as a Fellow by the Litigation Counsel of America and in 2015 was named Best Lawyer in America for Charleston’s Lawyer of the Year. He won the award due to his corporate law work.
His work at Barnwell Whaley consists of working on patents, trademarks and matters of intellectual property law and business cases.
B.C. Killough has been selected by the Federal Circuit Bar Association to arrange patent summaries. File photo
Barnwell Whaley has posted the summaries of the cases on its blog at www.barnwell-whaley-blog.com. The full summaries of the cases have been posted on the Federal Circuit Digest website at https://www.fedcirbar.org/IntegralSource/Case-Digest.
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