Nashville Post article:

Adams and Reese adds Ray

Jeremy Ray

The Nashville law firm of Adams and Reese has added intellectual property attorney Jeremy Ray to its office as an associate.

Ray’s practice focuses primarily on assisting clients with worldwide trademark registration, copyright protection, IP due diligence and intellectual property enforcement and dispute resolution.

Ray has experience in managing various intellectual property issues, particularly in the context of litigation, for artists, publishing companies, singers, songwriters, software companies, startups and television personalities.

Ray previously worked as an entertainment and intellectual property litigator for King & Ballow in Nashville. Prior to practicing law, he served as a commercialization and technology transfer analyst for the University of Tennessee Research Foundation.

Ray graduated magna cum laude from East Tennessee State University in 2011 after completing an honors in biology research program, which culminated with the presentation of a thesis he completed while working for a biochemistry laboratory at the College of Medicine. He received his J.D. degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 2015, earning the Merchant & Gould Excellence in Intellectual Property Award for being the top IP student at the College of Law.

While in law school, Ray was a member of both the Trademark Law Moot Court and Patent Law Moot Court teams, and, upon graduation, was invited to join The Order of Barristers, which recognizes excellence in oral and written advocacy. He also served as the acquisitions editor for the Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy and editor of the Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender & Social Justice.

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