Mark Kuller is currently the General Counsel at AlgiKnit. Prior to this, they served as Corporate Counsel for Widener University School of Law, FMC Corporation, and DuPont.
Kuller began their legal career at DuPont in April 2000, where they served as Corporate Counsel for the Bio-Based Materials division. Mark later took on the role of Intellectual Property Group Leader for the Packaging and Industrial Polymers, Performance Polymers, and Intellectual Assets and Licensing divisions. In 2005, they became the Intellectual Property Group Leader for the Bio-Based Materials and Central Research and Development divisions. From 2006 to 2011, they managed a team of eight attorneys and seven patent agents responsible for all IP matters for specialty and commodity chemicals businesses.
In July 2014, Kuller was given a special assignment to work on the Chemours Divestiture. The following year, they returned to their role as Intellectual Property Group Leader for Crop Protection. In this role, they provided strategic business guidance to DuPont’s Crop Protection business and led a worldwide enforcement program. Mark also negotiated and drafted collaboration, divestiture, and licensing agreements.
In November 2017, Kuller left DuPont to join FMC Corporation as Corporate Counsel. In this role, they counseled clients and attorneys concerning complex transactions pertaining to purchased DuPont businesses acquired by FMC and provided guidance to legacy DuPont businesses. Mark remained with FMC until June 2018 when they assumed their current position as General Counsel at AlgiKnit.
Mark Kuller has a JD from Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law and a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Mark is also a registered U.S. patent attorney and is certified by the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Mark Kuller reports to Tessa Callaghan, Co-Founder & CEO. Some of their coworkers include Katelyn Dungo - HR Administrator.
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November, 2019 - present