Press Releases | 02/19/2019

Shareholder Kevin Heinl Publishes Article in Small Business Association Magazine

Team Contact: Kevin Heinl


Southfield, Mich. – Brooks Kushman shareholder Kevin Heinl recently published an article in the Small Business Association Magazine, Focus on Small Business, titled “Take time to safeguard your new product developments.” The article focuses on steps small businesses and entrepreneurs need to take when they are developing new products or in the manufacturing process. He also defines important measures organizations need to take to protect their products, like considering taking steps to safeguard their trade secrets as well as protecting patentable innovations.

Heinl has been practicing intellectual property law for over 30 years. He prosecutes intellectual property cases in the mechanical arts and advises clients on a full range of patent and intellectual property matters, including trademark, prosecution, and enforcement as well as licensing and copyright issues. His experience includes successfully representing a variety of clients in both asserting and defending patent infringement, trade secret and trademark claims.

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About Brooks Kushman P.C.
Brooks Kushman P.C. is a leading intellectual property (IP) and technology law firm, and represents clients nationally and internationally with respect to protection, enforcement and monetization of IP, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. The firm has more than 90 intellectual property professionals specializing in various technical disciplines, and has a reputation for providing leading IP counseling with a focus on the business objectives of their clients.

Brooks Kushman counts a number of Fortune 100 companies across a variety of industries among its clients. The firm is also recognized by leading legal publications and rankings, including Corporate Counsel magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Law360, Intellectual Asset Management, Managing Intellectual Property, and Intellectual Property Today. For more information, please visit

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