Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Once Again Achieves Recognition for 2018 Georgia Super Lawyers
Firm Leads in Eleven Categories
ATLANTA (February 28) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that 73 of the firm’s attorneys were selected as 2018 Georgia Super Lawyers and Georgia Super Lawyer Rising Stars.
Susan Cahoon, Charlie Henn, and Wab Kadaba were named Top 100 Georgia Super Lawyers. Additionally, Susan Cahoon, Audra Dial, Alicia Grahn Jones, and Tina McKeon were named four of the Top 50 Women Georgia Super Lawyers.
Kilpatrick Townsend led all firms with the most Super Lawyers listed as Top 50 Women Georgia Super Lawyers. The firm also had the most Super Lawyers and the most Rising Stars listed in Intellectual Property and Intellectual Property Litigation.
Kilpatrick Townsend has the only Rising Star for the entire state for Criminal Defense: White Collar (Adria Perez), for Native American Law (Mark Reeves), and for Technology Transactions (Josh Ganz). The firm has one of only two Super Lawyers listed for the entire state for Franchise/Dealership (Rupert Barkoff) and one of only three Super Lawyers listed for Media & Advertising (Tom Clyde) and Technology Transactions (Jim Steinberg).
Georgia Super Lawyers and Georgia Rising Stars are selected through a nomination process, peer evaluation and internal research conducted by Law & Politics. The result is a comprehensive and diverse listing of the top five percent (2.5% for Rising Stars) of Georgia attorneys.
To view a full list of the 2018 Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys recognized as Georgia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, please click here.
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