Cell: (321) 262-1146
Office: (407) 992-4433
Fax: (617) 963-831
United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
Shaun Keough is a trademark, copyright, and trade secret attorney that helps clients protect and monetize these assets. Shaun has prosecuted over 35 federal trademark applications and practices before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). Shaun also assists clients with business transactions, entity formation, data privacy compliance, business litigation, and appellate advocacy.
Throughout his career, Shaun has represented a diverse set of clients, including software developers, publishers, manufacturers, non-profits, and individual creators, such as recording artists, authors, and researchers.
Shaun attended Northeastern University School of Law, where he focused on business and intellectual property law, taking such classes as intellectual property transactional practice, corporations, employment law, modern real estate development, and land use. In addition, as a participant in the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court competition, Shaun co-authored a brief that ranked eighth nationally. Shaun was also active in the Intellectual Property Society and the American Constitutional Society.
Shaun developed his legal skills working in the Economic Crimes Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts; WGBH’s Business and Legal Affairs Department; the employment, intellectual property, strategic alliance, and corporate practice groups at Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton, P.C., a business and intellectual property law firm in Waltham, MA; and in the chambers of the Honorable Gary Katzmann of the Massachusetts Appeals Court, where Shaun helped to draft bench memoranda and § 1:28 opinions for criminal and civil appeals.
Prior to law school, Shaun worked as an electrician and superintendent where he managed projects and supervised staff.
In his spare time, Shaun enjoys listening to podcasts, staying abreast of the latest developments at the intersection of law and technology, spending time with family, and watching sporting events, especially Tampa Bay Lightning games. Shaun also plays ice hockey and is an avid runner.