About KT: Locations San Francisco
Kilpatrick Townsend has been a stalwart of the San Francisco legal community for nearly 150 years. Founded in the wake of the California Gold Rush to serve the legal needs of technology innovators and risk-takers, the San Francisco office is Kilpatrick Townsend’s largest office on the U.S. West Coast, providing a full range of intellectual property services in addition to antitrust and commercial litigation.
Throughout its long history in one of America’s most innovative cities, the San Francisco office has continually reinvented and adapted itself to dramatic changes that have shaped the region’s economy. The office survived the 1906 Earthquake, the Great Depression, and the dot.com bust, only to emerge stronger and more resilient than in years past.
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