Hunter Keeton focuses his practice on litigation in the areas of patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright, domain name disputes and internet cases. He has extensive experience representing clients in federal district court and state court, and before the International Trade Commission. Several times after securing complete victory for clients at the lower court level, Hunter was the primary drafter on appeals briefs to the Federal Circuit that led to full affirmances. He has also worked on a number of reexaminations and post grant matters, while ensuring that those strategies also complement the litigation strategy. Hunter is based in the firm’s Boston office.
Hunter served as a writer and editor for various student newsletters and as a senior editor on the Harvard International Law Journal. After graduating from law school, Hunter clerked for the Honorable Judith A. Cowin, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, working primarily on issues of state law and providing assistance on petitions for further appellate review.
Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Hunter worked as a summer associate at a Providence, Rhode Island firm and served as a Senate Intern for Senator Paul S. Sarbanes (D-MD).