Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s John Jett Appointed to the University of Georgia School of Law’s Law School Alumni Association Council
ATLANTA (September 10) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney John Jett has been appointed to the University of Georgia School of Law’s Law School Alumni Association Council.
The alumni association of the University of Georgia School of Law is called the Law School Association (LSA). The LSA was formally established on December 14, 1951, when the alumni adopted a constitution and by-laws during the midwinter meeting of the Georgia Bar Association. The purposes of the LSA are to foster a permanent affiliation and fellowship among all lawyers who attended the University of Georgia or its School of Law; to promote the interests of the University of Georgia School of Law and the cause of legal education; and to strive for the improvement of the administration of justice.
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Mr. Jett represents individuals and companies in a wide variety of complex commercial litigation in state and federal court. He focuses his practice on retail and technology clients ranging from established Fortune 500 companies to dynamic mid-sized franchisors to high-growth startups. While representing plaintiffs, he has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of deserving businesses and businesspeople. In defending commercial litigation, he has defeated numerous major claims, often through dismissals or summary judgments.
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