Karl Peter Kilb III

Adjunct Professor of Law

Founder and CEO, MC Identity Solutions, Inc.

Karl P. Kilb III is an entrepreneurial leader and corporate lawyer with more than 30 years of experience in building and monetizing intellectual property, including new technologies, data, analytics, and multimedia content. Karl is Founder and CEO of MC Identity Solutions, Inc., a leader in developing new Web 3.0 and Web 2.0 domain and identity solutions and strategies. Karl is also a co-founder and Chairman of Crescite Innovation Corporation and Faith Games, Inc., providing technology for social impact projects and faith-based content.

Karl spent 22 years at Bloomberg LP, including more than 15 years as the company’s first General Counsel. At Bloomberg, Karl built and managed a global Legal and Compliance Department that supported all aspects of Bloomberg's worldwide businesses, including data, news, analytics, and electronic trading.

Karl regularly lectures on legal, business development and entrepreneurial issues, including at the Fordham University School of Law, where he is Chairman / Co-Founder of the Entrepreneurial Law Advisory Council and teaches Entrepreneurial Law, and at NYU, serving on the Lawyers Alumni Mentoring Program since its inception in 1997.

Prior to becoming a lawyer in 1995, Karl was a broadcast journalist with CNBC, Financial News Network, 1010 WINS Radio and Bloomberg, among others.

A native New Yorker and resident of NYC with his wife, Alexis Christoforous of ABC News, and their three children, Karl graduated magna cum laude from NYU with a B.A. in broadcast journalism and from the Fordham University School of Law with a focus on intellectual property and securities regulations. Karl was a member of Fordham’s Intellectual Property Law Journal, and the IPLJ office is named for him.

Karl has been involved with many charities and organizations, including the Boy Scouts of America (his two sons are each Eagle Scouts) and Yorkville Travel Baseball (as a Head Coach for ten years). Karl is reachable at [email protected] and via LinkedIn.

Mailing Address

Fordham University School of Law
Legal Writing Program
150 West 62nd Street, Room 7-175
New York, NY 10023