Ashley Klein focuses on trademark matters and intellectual property litigation. She routinely assists clients with identifying, protecting, and enforcing their U.S. and international intellectual property rights. Ashley has experience in handling intellectual property disputes, particularly patent and trademark infringement claims. Additionally, Ashley maintains an active intellectual property prosecution practice, where she routinely prepares, files, and prosecutes trademark and service mark applications, as well as litigates opposition and cancellation proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
A recent graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, she served as the Notes Editor of the Georgia Law Review and worked as a research assistant for Professor Dan T. Coenen in the area of constitutional law. Ashley earned honors while completing her undergraduate degrees in animal science and poultry science at North Carolina State University, where she performed extensive research in the field of avian reproductive physiology. While completing her undergraduate studies, Ashley interned for Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina, as well as interned for The National Turkey Federation, where she assisted turkey producers and related agribusinesses in the areas of technical and regulatory compliance.
Memberships and Affiliations
- Food Bank of Northeast Georgia
- Provisional Member, Atlanta Chapter of the Junior League
Klein, Ashley, Dr. Kenneth Anderson, and Dr. Jacqueline Golden. 2013. "Effect of Alternative Production and Management Environments on Layer Reproduction System Development." International Journal of Poultry Science 12 (4): 251-253.