Kelley Keller


Kelley Keller

Kelley Keller is CEO of Kelley Keller Law and a 20-year veteran of the intellectual property law field with experience helping businesses of all sizes (including many household brands) identify, manage, and protect their trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.

She also counsels clients on general business matters such as contracts and business formation and on family matters such as wills, trusts, and more.

Kelley’s personable nature and ability to explain complex legal issues in simple terms set her apart from most attorneys. She is relentless in helping business owners set their businesses up to mitigate risks and open the doors to new opportunities.

Kelley helps digital entrepreneurs in a wide variety of industries who are 100% committed to the success of their businesses build solid foundations that their companies can grow on. She uses a holistic approach to practicing law that prioritizes building relationships with her clients, looking at the whole picture rather than individual transactions, and ensuring clients are positioned for success in both their business and personal lives. To that end, she offers legal services, legal business coaching, legal life planning, and education through her website KelleyKeller.com.



What is Intellectual Property?

Check out this guide on what is considered intellectual property. And then figure out how much intellectual property your small business has ... it's probably more than you think.



Legal Warnings for Small Businesses Using Periscope

Periscope can be a great marketing tool for your small business. And judging by the way it's growing, it seems a lot of businesses -- big and small -- are already on board. While you're streaming, you must be mindful of some important legal pitfalls.



Social Media Marketing Copyright Rules for Businesses

Your company's social media campaign can open your business up to a broad audience. But if you're using photos, drawings, videos, or any other form of media, you could be treading a thin line on potential copyright infringement. Here are some things to be mindful of before the next time you post your next message.



5 Branding Mistakes that Can Lead to Expensive Legal Trouble

Your brand's unique trademark is a very valuable thing, of course. It's your company's identity to the public. And if you're very successful, not protecting that trademark -- or making some other grave mistake, like picking a duplicate name -- can prove very costly.



10 Small Business Trademark Mistakes that Cost You Money

Trademarks for your small business could be incredibly important not only now but in the future. They can help you protect your business and your brand if executed correctly, By contrast, small business trademark mistakes could end up costing you big time.