About Kenneth Spafford

My first job after law school was as a clerk for a federal judge in Phoenix, Arizona. I then joined one of the nation’s largest law firms as an intellectual property litigator before establishing my own patent and trademark practice.

I am a registered patent attorney and have been admitted via examination to the state bars of Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania, and California. I am admitted to appear in the following federal courts: the District of Arizona, the Eastern District of California, the Southern District of California, the Western District of Pennsylvania, the Middle District of Florida, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Please be advised that I am not licensed in Tennessee and do not advise clients on matters of Tennessee state law. I will gladly refer you to a capable Tennessee attorney if your matter requires advice about Tennessee state laws. I do not accept payment from other attorneys for referring clients to them.

Prior to becoming an attorney, I served in the U.S. Peace Corps, teaching high school physics and chemistry in Malawi, Africa. I also taught English as a second language in public and private schools in Icheon, South Korea.