Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s James Faris Appointed to the Board of Directors of the Georgia Law Center for the Homeless
ATLANTA (September 2) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney James Faris has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Georgia Law Center for the Homeless (GLCH). Mr. Faris previously served on the GLCH’s Supplemental Board.
Formed over 30 years ago, the GLCH plays a critical role in the continuum of care for homeless individuals and families in Georgia. By addressing the barriers to stability and independence that often underlie homelessness, the Law Center helps their clients transition out of homelessness. The GLCH is a top-notch civil law firm, providing free quality legal services.
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Mr. Faris concentrates his practice in the areas of trademark, unfair competition, franchise, and false advertising litigation. He has significant experience representing clients in intellectual property disputes in federal courts throughout the country, before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and in arbitration. Mr. Faris also counsels clients in a variety of industries—including franchising, food, healthcare, social media, and consumer products—concerning the protection and enforcement of their intellectual property rights.
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