Mr. Kramer began his intellectual property career on the enforcement side through an internship at the Michigan State University Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection, where he enforced MSU’s registered trademarks against counterfeiters and researched the liabilities of social media influencers advertising counterfeit goods on behalf of third parties. In addition to intellectual property, Mr. Kramer’s practice includes assisting clients with their business planning needs, including the formation and organization of limited liability companies, corporations, and partnerships.
Mr. Kramer is a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard. While serving, he gained extensive mechanical experience as an engineer onboard a law enforcement cutter operating in Puget Sound and along the United States-Canadian border. After leaving the military, Mr. Kramer earned an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law.
Mr. Kramer has authored or co-authored works related to intellectual property, including an article on indigenous peoples’ rights to cultural intellectual property published in the Michigan State International Law Review, and an article on the complexities of asserting trademark rights in the global economy published in the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal.