About KT: Locations San Diego
Established in 2003, the San Diego office brings together attorneys and legal professionals practicing in complex commercial litigation and intellectual property law. We represent clients in the entertainment, health care, life sciences, technology, and telecommunication industries. We provide clients in San Diego and throughout the United States with access to the combined experience of senior attorneys and the operational efficiencies of one of the nation’s leading full-service law firms. We are also well-positioned to serve San Diego companies as they grow, expand, and adapt rapidly to stay at the forefront of technological innovation in their fields. Our attorneys are committed to responding quickly, effectively, and efficiently to the San Diego business community’s needs.
We take an active role in supporting local civic and charitable organizations through financial support, board participation, and in-kind support for legal and educational outreach in San Diego and nearby local communities. The office annually supports the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program, an organization that provides financial and legal support to San Diego County residents, who otherwise lack access to the legal system.
Services Expand All
- Patent Disputes
- Trade Secrets
- Trademark, Copyright & Advertising
- Labor & Employment
- Pro Bono
Industries Expand All
- Financial Services
- Health & Life Sciences
- Media & Entertainment
- Retail & Consumer Goods
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