ATLANTA (October 25) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner Charlie Henn has been named one of Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40.
Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40 showcases young achievers in business, government, politics, nonprofits, the arts, finance, and the military. From a stack of nominations submitted by readers, the editorial staff selects 40 individuals who are making an impact in their professions, their communities, or the entire state.
“Charlie Henn is a bright legal star in the trademark field, patron of the arts, and devoted father. His ongoing philanthropy flowing from his legal acumen in partnership with his strong personal commitment to the arts have touched the lives of countless Georgians. I am proud to call Charlie a colleague and a friend,” said John Pratt, Chair of Kilpatrick Townsend’s Intellectual Property Department.
Mr. Henn concentrates his practice in the area of intellectual property litigation, including cases involving trademarks, copyrights, patents and trade secrets. He is listed annually in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business and The Best Lawyers in America®. Mr. Henn was the exclusive U.S. winner of the prestigious 2010 International Law Office (ILO) Client Choice Award for Intellectual Property, which honors the top provider of client service on intellectual property matters.
He was one of only five attorneys nationwide to be named a Rising Star by Law 360, and LawyersUSA named Mr. Henn one of six national “Lawyers of the Year” in 2008. He also has been recognized by Atlanta’s Daily Report as one of the “Ten Lawyers Under 40 ‘On the Rise’” and by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of the city's “40 Under 40.” Mr. Henn has been listed as a Georgia “Rising Star” for Intellectual Property Litigation by SuperLawyers magazine every year since 2003 and among the state's “Legal Elite” for Intellectual Property law by Georgia Trend magazine.
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