Karen Horowitz joined intellectual property law firm Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni PLLC as principal in its Princeton office.
She joins KDB from blinds and shades company Hunter Douglas Inc., where she was group patent counsel for four years.
“Karen’s years of experience both in private practice and as in-house counsel falls right in-line with the profile we look for in our attorneys so we can continue to provide practical IP advice and counsel to our clients,” said KDB Senior Principal Dan Daisak in a statement.
Horowitz has experience in patent procurement and portfolio management in medical devices, consumer products, child safety devices, and electromechanical technologies. At Hunter Douglas, she supported product teams with patent preparation, prosecution, enforcement, litigation counseling, license agreements and IP due diligence for mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to her time at Hunter Douglas, she was senior patent counsel at Johnson & Johnson. She also spent time at two private law firms. Her career began as a patent examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office.