Kyle is an associate attorney at Fuksa Khorshid, LLC. A recent graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law, Kyle focused his studies on intellectual property and technology issues. Kyle’s interest in intellectual property led him to serve as the Administrative Editor for the Journal of Law, Technology and Policy, and to work as a research assistant to the Director of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law program at the University of Illinois College of Law. As a research assistant, Kyle aided in writing a soon to be published paper on technical standardization law, as well as a treatise on commercial intellectual property law issues. He prepared a seminar presentation on exploring whether artificial intelligences could attain author or inventor status under copyright and patent law for a seminar lead by Jay P. Kesan, the Director of the program.

Kyle previously worked for the National Basketball Retired Players Association, helping with the organization’s trademark applications as well as preparing for the new NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement, and implementing plans to help players find administrative roles within the NBA after retirement. Prior to that he worked at Heller, Holmes & Associates and handled a variety of cases in employment law, and in one case, a class action suit.

Originally from Mattoon, Illinois, Kyle moved to Georgia and Kentucky, to study at the University of Louisville. Here, Kyle graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in political science, and cum laude with a M.S. in sports administration. In his spare time, Kyle enjoys watching a wide variety of sports and movies with his cat, Amy.