Kevin Mark Klughart

PhD, PE, JD, MIP, LLM

Patent Attorney / Engineer

 

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Many prospective clients wonder why an IP attorney has Master of Intellectual Property and a Master of Laws in Tax Law.  While both are sometimes viewed as relatively complex areas of legal practice, there at first glance appears to be little to connect the two areas of law.

However, I have found over the years that in many circumstances it is the inventors and their small startups who have the most difficult tax issues.  Often subject such as selection of business entity, transfer of patents, research and development costs, estate planning, and other tax related issues come to the forefront of discussions when consulting with clients.  Rather than refer these questions to a separate tax specialist, I opted to go to Boston University for one very hard year and obtain a Master of Laws in Taxation.  While this degree doesn't permit me to advertise as a tax specialist, it does provide sufficient educational background to competently practice and represent clients in the arena of tax matters.

In addition to consulting can clients in the arena of IP related tax matters, I can also represent clients before the IRS in tax disputes, including tax litigation in Tax Court, Federal District Court, or the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

 

Contact Information:

Kevin Mark Klughart

Registered Patent Attorney, USPTO

3825 Leisure Lane, Denton, TX 76210-5589

tel: 800-353-1211 / 940-320-0580  -  fax 940-320-0581

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