Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Intellectual Property Department Honored at the 2016 International Legal Alliance Summit
ATLANTA (June 23) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that the firm received the Gold Award in the “Best USA IP Law Firm: Trademarks 2016" category at the 2016 International Legal Alliance Summit & Awards ceremony held on June 16, at the Crowne Plaza Times Square in Manhattan, New York.
The International Law Firm Awards recognize the best law firms and intellectual property firms in their domestic market for their excellent annual results and lasting performance in management and leadership. The Gold Award winner were elected upstream by specialist jury panels, with more than 130 General Counsel from Fortune 500 companies across all major industry sectors determine the winners of each category. The panels are renewed every year and made of in-house Counsels.
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