About KT: Locations Silicon Valley
Established in 1960, the Silicon Valley office has represented the technology companies and venture capital firms that have led innovation in the U.S. and around the world for more than 50 years. Our attorneys not only protect ground-breaking ideas and products — many of them have been active participants in the development of the technologies and businesses that make Silicon Valley the nation’s undisputed leader in innovation.
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Silicon Valley-based attorneys advise leading technology companies with all aspects of patent prosecution, counseling, and litigation. For its entire history, the Silicon Valley office has had a particular focus on the semiconductor industry, advising many of the innovative companies that established the region's dominance in the computer industry. In more recent years, the office has expanded to meet the needs of industries that grew out of the semiconductor revolution, as well as many of the leading software, social media, life sciences, health care, and medical device companies that now characterize the region.
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- Commercial Finance
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- Corporate Governance
- Cross Border Transactions
- Economic Development
- Emerging Companies
- Investment Management
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- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Private Equity
- Real Estate Finance & Capital Markets
- Real Estate Investment & Development
- Construction & Infrastructure
- 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
- Retail & Consumer Goods
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