Insights: News Releases Dennis Wilson Named One of California’s Leading Intellectual Property Lawyers
LOS ANGELES (April 27) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Dennis Wilson was named one of the Daily Journal’s 2015 Leading Intellectual Property Attorneys in California. The prestigious list honors intellectual property attorneys who “helped to advance technological innovation or transform the law.” Only 75 litigators and 25 portfolio managers/ patent prosecutors in California are selected each year and the distinguished work of this year’s honorees “advance the state's leadership in intellectual property law.”
The Daily Journal profile featured Mr. Wilson’s outstanding accomplishments in achieving this honor. To read the full article, please click here.
Mr. Wilson focuses his practice on trademark, copyright, technology, advertising and Internet law issues. He has represented some of the world’s largest media, entertainment and technology companies in complex litigation, counseling and enforcement.
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