Kenneth Parker is a first-chair jury and bench-trial lawyer who has tried patent, trademark and business cases to verdict. Ken is Head of Haynes and Boone's Intellectual Property Litigation Section.
Ken's work spans across industries, ranging from semiconductors and medical devices to consumer products and real estate. Ken prides himself on leading or working with teams to best serve clients, making complex issues understandable for clients, judges and juries, obtaining superior results for clients. In addition to litigating in his home state of California, Ken handles cases in courts throughout the country, including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secrets cases. Ken’s most recent jury verdict was an $8.1 million trademark infringement verdict for his client against a publicly-traded defendant.
Ken is proudly involved in his community, including serving as a board member of the Orangewood Children’s Foundation, a director of the Orange County Federal Bar Association, and a board member and Master of the Howard T. Markey Intellectual Property Inn of Court.
Ken is AV® Peer Review Rated Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell® Law Directory, is included in the Southern California Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2012-2014, has been rated as an IP Star by Managing IP Magazine, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, since its inception, and has been selected as a leading California trademark litigator by World Trademark Review, Globe Business Publishing Ltd, 2013-2016.
When Ken is not litigating for clients, he enjoys speaking on issues related to trial tactics and approaches, substantive patent and trademark issues, and providing pro bono work for clients recommended by Orange County's Public Law Center.
Ken is proud to have been a judicial clerk for Chief Judge Gerald Bard Tjoflat of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit from 1994 to 1995.
Professional and Community Activities
- Member, Orange County Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association