Patrick M. Kennedy

Patrick M. Kennedy

Patent Attorney

Patrick Kennedy is a patent attorney with Suiter Swantz IP. Patrick received his B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He received his Juris Doctor with distinction from the University of Nebraska College of Law.

Patrick M. Kennedy joined Suiter Swantz IP in 2020 as a Patent Attorney. Prior to joining the firm, Patrick practiced in intellectual property, technology, data privacy and security, and payments spaces at a large general practice firm in Omaha, NE.

While attending the University of Nebraska College of Law, Patrick earned the CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in the Copyright Law Seminar and the Entrepreneurship Clinic. Additionally, he was elected Student Bar Association Class President by his classmates, and also served as a senior member of the Nebraska Moot Court Board.

Patrick is licensed to practice in Nebraska and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Outside of the office, Patrick enjoys watching and attending sporting events, traveling, and reading.

  • Education

    Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska College of Law

    Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • Admissions

    Nebraska

    U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska

    Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office

  • Honors & Affiliations

    American Intellectual Property Law Association

    American Bar Association

    Nebraska Bar Association

    Omaha Bar Association

    Graduated with Distinction from the University of Nebraska College of Law

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