Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Join Firm Client Celanese In BP MS 150 Bike Ride From Houston to Austin, Texas
WASHINGTON, DC (May 6) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorneys Justin Krieger and Nicki Kennedy joined Team Celanese in the 2015 BP MS 150 bike ride from Houston to Austin, Texas on April 18 - 19. The ride is a fundraising bike ride organized by the National MS Society South Central Region and is the largest event of its kind in North America with 13,000 cyclists and 3,500 volunteers. This year, the event raised nearly $16,000,000 for the National MS Society.
Firm client Celanese Corporation is a global technology and specialty materials company that engineers and manufactures a wide variety of products essential to everyday living. Team Celanese was led by Celanese Chief IP Counsel, Jaimes Sher, and included Mr. Krieger, Ms. Kennedy and three other riders.
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