Quincy Kayton focusses her practice on a wide variety of trademark and copyright issues, including domestic and international trademark strategy, federal litigation, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings, and management of enforcement of trademarks and brands.

Quincy regularly drafts complaints and discovery requests, develops global policing programs, and analyzes infringement claims. In addition, she has experience advising clients on international data protection laws and regulations (including General Data Processing Regulation [GDPR]).

She works closely with clients spanning a variety of industries such as pharmaceuticals, fashion, home appliances and electronics, and software.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Quincy worked as an associate at one of the oldest law firms in the country, where she developed strategies to protect and enforce clients’ brands, trademarks, and copyrights.

Before that, Quincy was a Legal Fellow at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, where she drafted contracts for public art installations, commission and licensing agreements, and corporate art lending.

  • Victim Rights Law Center, Pro Bono Attorney

  • Boston Patent Lawyers Association, Copyright Chair

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Museum Council



  • Stephen Chow and Quincy Kayton, Consumer Issues, Data Security and Privacy in MA, MCLE (Sept. 2017).

  • Stephen Chow and Quincy Kayton (Research Assistant), A Snapshot of Online Contracting Two Decades After ProCD (2017).

  • Kent Sinclair and Quincy Kayton, Data Security: The Cloud, Mobile Devices, Encryption, Identity Management & More, Self‐Regulation & Industry Standards, MCLE (May 2017).


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Quincy Kayton focusses her practice on a wide variety of trademark and copyright issues, including domestic and international trademark strategy, federal litigation, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings, and management of enforcement of trademarks and brands.

Quincy regularly drafts complaints and discovery requests, develops global policing programs, and analyzes infringement claims. In addition, she has experience advising clients on international data protection laws and regulations (including General Data Processing Regulation [GDPR]).

She works closely with clients spanning a variety of industries such as pharmaceuticals, fashion, home appliances and electronics, and software.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Quincy worked as an associate at one of the oldest law firms in the country, where she developed strategies to protect and enforce clients’ brands, trademarks, and copyrights.

Before that, Quincy was a Legal Fellow at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, where she drafted contracts for public art installations, commission and licensing agreements, and corporate art lending.

  • Victim Rights Law Center, Pro Bono Attorney

  • Boston Patent Lawyers Association, Copyright Chair

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Museum Council

  • Stephen Chow and Quincy Kayton, Consumer Issues, Data Security and Privacy in MA, MCLE (Sept. 2017).

  • Stephen Chow and Quincy Kayton (Research Assistant), A Snapshot of Online Contracting Two Decades After ProCD (2017).

  • Kent Sinclair and Quincy Kayton, Data Security: The Cloud, Mobile Devices, Encryption, Identity Management & More, Self‐Regulation & Industry Standards, MCLE (May 2017).