About KT: Locations Tokyo
The Imperial Tower, 15th Floor1-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo, Japan 100
Kilpatrick Townsend IP Law Office opened in 2006 as the firm’s first office in Asia. Led by special counsel Hitoshi Akiba, a Japanese patent attorney and member of the New York Bar, the Tokyo office is heavily utilized by Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys advising Asia-based and U.S. clients with interests in Japan and throughout Asia. The Tokyo office focuses on patent counseling for clients in a broad range of industries, working for U.S. businesses entering Japan and other Asian markets and for Japanese clients with intellectual property issues in the U.S.
The Tokyo office brings the latest developments in U.S. intellectual property law to Japan via annual briefings for Japanese businesses. Through educational sessions featuring Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys, the firm’s programs provide intellectual property professionals in Japan with critical information and the tools necessary to navigate the complex U.S. system for patent protection.
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