Ken Taylor, CEO of IP Investigation leader Marksmen, is guest lecturer at CAPA’S 20TH annual educational conference
Glendale, CA, June 21, 2008– Ken Taylor CEO of Marksmen presented “Using the ‘P’ Word. The Inside Scoop on Pretext Investigations”, at the California Alliance of Paralegal Association’s (CAPA) 20th Annual Educational Conference. The conference was held in Santa Clara, CA and hosted by the Paralegal Association of Santa Clara County (PASCCO).
In addition to speaking at CAPA, Ken Taylor has spoken on ethics at INTA, AIPLA , IPO, MARQUES and various other intellectual property conferences worldwide. Ken brings with him his vast experience in brand protection services worldwide, and is currently Chair of the Marques Membership Team, a member of the INTA Bulletin committee, the Intellectual Property Constituency of ICANN,, the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition and the Triangle Intellectual Property Association. He is also a licensed private investigator in California and North Carolina.
CAPA is a statewide non-profit, mutual benefit corporation dedicated to the advancement of the paralegal profession and the proposition that paralegals gain strength through alliance. CAPA represents California paralegals working in attorney- supervised settings and CAPA supports, encourages, and promotes an active relationship among its affiliated member associations, attorneys, national, state and local Bar Associations, and others in the legal community.
Founded in 1998, Marksmen is a world leader in IP protection services, including trademark clearance and enforcement investigations, determining business method patents and processes, establishing and locating prior art, due diligence, worldwide on-ground investigations, litigation support and Internet related infringements. Additionally, Marksmen negotiates for the purchase or sale of IP rights internationally and monitors the Internet for both Web content and domain name registrations.