Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Launches KT Class Action Blog
Welcome to the KT Class Action Blog -- a valuable resource for information and analysis about recent class action decisions as well as trends and strategies in defending class actions. Kilpatrick Townsend’s Class Action Team will feature new content on the blog each week.
Our team is a nationwide class action defense practice, representing some of the largest corporations in the United States in federal and state court.
Team members include:
- Jay Bogan (Partner/Atlanta) (Team Leader)
- Mike Breslin (Counsel/Atlanta)
- Joe Dowdy (Partner/Raleigh)
- Jeff Fisher (Associate/ Atlanta)
- Allen Garrett (Partner/Atlanta)
- Ian Goldrich (Counsel/New York)
- Rich Keshian (Partner/Winston-Salem)
- Jon Michaelson (Partner, Silicon Valley)
- Joe Petersen (Partner, Silicon Valley)
- Ron Raider (Partner/Atlanta)
- Joe Reynolds (Associate/Atlanta)
- Nancy Stagg (Partner/San Diego)
For more information, please contact Jay Bogan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.815.6467.
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