Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Ty Lord Elected to the Board of Directors of the Georgia Justice Project
ATLANTA (August 4) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Ty Lord was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Georgia Justice Project (GJP).
The GJP strengthens our community by demonstrating a better way to represent and support individuals in the criminal justice system and reduce barriers to reentry. GJP promotes innovative change through direct legal representation, policy advocacy, education and coalition building. With over 25 years of experience, GJP has pioneered something unique: legal services combined with social services and employment support for the neediest among us, poor people accused of a crime.
To learn more about the Georgia Justice Project, please click here.
Ms. Lord specializes in trademark, copyright and advertising counseling and litigation. She represents brand owners across a broad spectrum of industries including sports and intimate apparel, consumer products, and hospitality. Ms. Lord leverages her diverse background to advance her clients’ business objectives. She regularly partners with clients to develop practical and creative solutions to legal issues. Her approach to litigation has led to excellent results for clients in federal courts across the United States and in cancellation and opposition proceedings in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Ms. Lord also proactively advises clients on a variety of issues to minimize the risk of disputes while maximizing the visibility of clients’ brand, including trademark clearance and portfolio management and managing social media advertising campaigns and the intellectual property and right of publicity issues that accompany them. She currently serves as the Deputy Chair of her firm’s Diversity Council and a member of the State Bar of Georgia Diversity Steering Committee.
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