Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Susan Spaeth Named One of Bay Area’s Most Influential Women in Business
SAN FRANCISCO (May 4) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that firm Managing Partner Susan Spaeth has been recognized as one of the Bay Area's Most Influential Women in Business by the San Francisco Business Times. Winners will be honored at the Most Influential Women in Business Awards Gala Dinner on June 16 at the Hilton San Francisco.
The women selected for this prestigious honor include about 150 women business leaders in a range of fields including law, technology, education, financing, healthcare, and real estate. The San Francisco Business Times selected women who have contributed greatly to the economic wealth and growth of the Bay Area as well as its civic core.
Susan Spaeth serves as Managing Partner of Kilpatrick Townsend. Ms. Spaeth focuses her practice on intellectual property and complex/technical litigation, particularly patent litigation, licensing and counseling. She has represented biotechnology, medical device and high technology companies in various federal district courts, the United States International Trade Commission and European patent litigation.
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