About KT: Locations Raleigh
Located in North Carolina’s Research Triangle area, our Raleigh office serves one of the fastest growing communities in the U.S. With its deep history, leadership, and cutting-edge knowledge, the region boasts a genuine 21st century economy that continues to attract innovative companies and highly-skilled workers, amply positioning itself for future growth.
With nearly 40 attorneys, the Raleigh office represents clients in North Carolina, nationally, and internationally in areas of law from intellectual property, environmental concerns, and corporate litigation to real estate, employee benefits, and labor and employment law.
We are committed to making a positive change in the community where we work and live. We have a passion for education and dedicate our time and energy to improving and enriching the educational experience of area students. Our attorneys serve in leadership roles on committees and boards of not-for-profits and business organizations committed to improving our region through economic development, science and technology, government, education, professional and business services, and personal services.
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Business & Finance
- Economic Development
- Contracts & Commercial Agreements
- Corporate Governance
- Cross Border Transactions
- Emerging Companies
- Investment Management & Broker-Dealer
- Joint Ventures & Strategic Alliances
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Private Equity
- Real Estate Finance & Capital Markets
- Real Estate Investment & Development
- Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Governance
- Employee Benefits
- Government & Regulatory
- Patent Litigation
- Trade Secrets
- Trademark, Copyright & Advertising
- Labor & Employment
- Pro Bono
- Technology Transactions
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- Financial Services
- Health & Life Sciences
- Media & Entertainment
- Retail & Consumer Goods
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