Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Elevates New Counsel
ATLANTA (February 3) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the elevation of Caroline “Carrie” Barbee and Laura Miller to Counsel effective January 1, 2016.
“Carrie and Laura are tremendous assets to their team and to the Firm,” says Susan Spaeth, Firm Managing Partner. “In achieving this well-earned recognition, both of them have contributed to Kilpatrick Townsend's overall success. With their dedication and providing outstanding client service, we all look forward to practicing with these terrific attorneys.”
Each new Kilpatrick Townsend counsel is listed below along with the team in which they practice.
- Carrie Barbee is a member of our Trademark & Copyright team in Los Angeles. She focuses her practice on all areas of intellectual property litigation and enforcement, including copyright and trademark infringement litigation, as well as pre-litigation prosecution, policing and enforcement of trademarks and copyrights. In addition to litigating intellectual property cases, Ms. Barbee has experience litigating general commercial disputes involving breach of contract, interference with contractual relations and prospective business advantage, defamation, false advertising and other forms of unfair competition.
- Laura Miller is a member of our Trademark & Copyright team in Winston-Salem. She focuses her practice on litigation, prosecution and counseling related to trademarks, copyrights, advertising and unfair competition. Ms. Miller represents clients in federal courts and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and frequently counsels clients with respect to advertising and marketing.
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