Tucker McKinley’s intellectual property practice involves a wide-range of industries with a focus on technology transfers and transactional matters.


Tucker has extensive experience in negotiating patent and trademark licenses, intellectual property development and commercialization agreements, software as a service (SaaS) agreements, technology outsourcing matters, and other general service agreements. In addition, Tucker counsels clients on intellectual property and technology issues arising in mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and other corporate transactions. 

In law school, Tucker served as the executive articles editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property Law. He also worked as an intern at the University of Georgia Innovation Gateway Office, where he assisted the University in negotiating technology and licensing agreements.




  • Author, Slide to Unlock: Apple-Samsung, Alice, and the Need for Clarity in Assessing Patent-Eligibility under Section 101 for Touchscreen Software Patents, 22 J. Intell. Prop. L. 411.


J.D., University of Georgia, cum laude

B.S., Virginia Tech


  • North Carolina
  • Georgia
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