Kevin J. Spexarth is a registered patent attorney and non-equity partner at Andrus Intellectual Property Law.
Kevin focuses his practice on domestic and international patent and trademark prosecution and enforcement. He is experienced in preparing and prosecuting patent and trademark applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
He works with clients to identify intellectual property strategies to complement and achieve business goals. He also counsels clients regarding patentability and infringement issues, trade secret protection, copyrights, IP management and planning, and corporate IP development and has experience with drafting and negotiating various intellectual property agreements and confidentiality agreements.
Kevin’s experience includes working with wide variety of mechanical and electromechanical technologies such as: construction equipment; beverage dispensing and fast-food equipment; retail merchandising equipment; paper product processing, printing, and cutting systems; automated web-forming and packaging systems; automated food processing and imaging systems; microwave cooking systems; film converting systems; robotic milking systems; wheel, trailer, and fifth-wheel equipment and systems; conveyor equipment and systems; blast cleaning equipment; paper product dispensing equipment; snowplow equipment; furniture; apparel and clothing; sports equipment including golfing, fishing, hiking, gym, and weight lifting equipment; electric bicycle systems; insulated transport containers; dairy processing equipment; commercial fluid and lubricant equipment and systems; hearing aid equipment; drinkware; food oil processing systems; and cash management systems.
Before joining Andrus, Kevin worked with in-house intellectual property practitioners at the Rite-Hite Holding Corporation and the Brady Corporation.
Kevin joined Andrus after graduating from Marquette University Law School. While at Marquette University Law School, Kevin was a member of the Intellectual Property Law Review. Prior to attending Marquette University Law School, Kevin earned a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and worked for a large general contracting company.
Kevin is admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of Illinois, the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Kevin has been involved in the Milwaukee Bar Association and the Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association (WIPLA). Kevin is also a member of the American Bar Association and the State Bar of Wisconsin.