Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Audra Dial Featured Mentor at the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Bizwomen Mentoring Monday
ATLANTA (March 26) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Atlanta Office Managing Partner Audra Dial will be a featured mentor at the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Bizwomen Mentoring Monday. The event will be held Monday, March 30, at the Georgia State University, Buckhead Campus in Atlanta, Georgia.
Bizwomen Mentoring Monday will take place in 40 cities on the same day with over 8,000 women being coached across America, from Albany to Hawaii. The event will offer attendees the opportunity for one-on-one coaching sessions for five-minute conversations. Every attendee will have the opportunity for at least three one-on-one coaching sessions and the opportunity to participate in small group coaching sessions. The fast-paced event will be fun and fulfilling as everyone gets the chance to meet new people and gain new insights.
For more information on the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Bizwomen Mentoring Monday, please click here.
Ms. Dial is an experienced litigator in the firm’s nationally recognized Patent Litigation and Technology Litigation Teams. She focuses her practice on complex federal court litigation involving trade secrets, patent disputes, restrictive employment covenants and complex business disputes involving intellectual property. Ms. Dial has obtained favorable verdicts in many high-profile intellectual property disputes, including on behalf of several Fortune 500 companies. She has represented companies whose intellectual property was misused both domestically and abroad. In 2012, Ms. Dial was recommended by Legal 500 US in the area of Trade Secrets Litigation.
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