Insights: News Releases William Brewster Named Managing Intellectual Property’s Georgia IP Litigator of the Year
ATLANTA (April 3) –Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that William “Bill” Brewster was recognized by Managing Intellectual Property (Managing IP) as the Georgia IP Litigator of the Year at Managing IP’s 2017 North America Awards held in Washington, D.C., on March 23.
Kilpatrick Townsend also received national recognition at the awards dinner and was named Managing IP’s U.S. Trademark Contentious Firm of the Year and the Trademark Prosecution Firm of the Year, South. This is the second consecutive year Kilpatrick Townsend's Trademark & Copyright Team received national recognition from Managing IP. In 2016, the firm was selected as the U.S. Trademark Prosecution Firm of the Year.
Managing IP recognizes and honors leading U.S. and Canadian firms and leading practitioners at their annual North America Awards. After several months of detailed research and analysis by Managing IP's team of researchers, a shortlist of firms viewed to have had an outstanding year is selected in various categories. Award winners are selected from these shortlists and firms cannot vote or pay for their own inclusion for these awards.
Bill Brewster is co-chair of Kilpatrick Townsend’s Trademark & Copyright team. He specializes in trademark, false advertising, and unfair competition litigation. Mr. Brewster has appeared in courtrooms across the country, including jury and bench trials, handled dozens of preliminary injunction and summary judgment motions, and argued numerous appeals. He also has participated in arbitrations in trademark and advertising cases, as well as proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and the NAD.
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