Insights: News Releases Three Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Named to 2018 Benchmark 40 & Under Hot List
ATLANTA (July 18) -- Benchmark Litigation selected three Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys as 2018 Benchmark 40 & Under Hot List: John Jett, Mark Reeves, and Daniel Swaja. Individuals selected to the 40 & Under Hot List have been deemed as "notable up-and-coming litigation attorneys in the United States."
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John Jett focuses his practice on commercial and intellectual property litigation. He represents individuals and companies, as both plaintiffs and defendants, in disputes before state and federal courts, as well as in arbitration. Mr. Jett primarily represents intellectual property owners operating in the retail, franchising, technology, and entertainment industries.
Mark Reeves focuses his practice on trial and appellate litigation, predominantly on behalf of Indian tribes. He has represented and advised tribes in a broad range of litigation in federal, state, and tribal courts and before federal administrative agencies, including a number of cases before federal appellate courts and the Interior Board of Indian Appeals.
Daniel Swaja devotes 100 percent of his practice to construction litigation, government contracting, and construction and engineering claims avoidance. He advises public and private owners, as well as local, national, and international contractors and engineers regarding contract negotiation, contract management, project execution, claim submittal, bid protests, and dispute resolution.
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