Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Alicia Grahn Jones Featured Speaker at Building Professional Presence – Doing Well and Being Well in the Law
ATLANTA (April 25) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner Alicia Grahn Jones will be a featured speaker at the State Bar of Georgia Conference Building Professional Presence – Doing Well and Being Well in the Law. The conference will be held on Thursday, April 28, at the State Bar of Georgia Conference Center.
Ms. Jones will speak at a session entitled, “Women Doing Well at Work (And Staying There): A Look at the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers Leaky Pipeline Report.” The session will cover challenges and opportunities that women lawyers face today. It will also discuss the ongoing Georgia Association for Women Lawyers study focusing on the “leaky pipeline” of women in the law.
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Ms. Jones concentrates her practice in the areas of trademark clearance, prosecution, and litigation. She has substantial experience representing clients before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in opposition and cancellation proceedings and in federal district courts in trademark infringement matters. Ms. Jones also helps clients determine the availability of trademarks, develop and implement appropriate trademark registration programs, monitor and enforce trademark rights, and manage trademark disputes throughout the world. She is President-Elect of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers.
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