Kimra Major-Morris is a top-rated intellectual property attorney licensed to practice in Florida and is a nationally published author on the subject of trademarks and copyrights. In addition to advocating for the IP interests of brands, talent, and athletes, Kimra represents the families of Trayvon Martin and George Floyd in monetizing intellectual property rights to seal the legacies of their loved ones. Kimra is a sought-after speaker recently appearing before audiences at Microsoft Corporation, Facebook Gaming, and Full Sail University. Her firm, Major-Morris Law, is a Beyoncé/NAACP grant winner recognized for educating and advocating for intellectual property rights in underserved communities. This year, Microsoft highlighted and honored Kimra’s accomplishments in The Legacy Project Women’s History Edition: Celebrating Women Who Empower Change. Kimra’s published articles and features appear in the American Bar Association’s Landslide Magazine, Urban Magazine, Essence Magazine, The Huffington Post, Small Biz Trends, and publications for The Florida Bar and Orange County Bar. Kimra is AV-Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell® and has been rated by SuperLawyers® since 2015.