Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Achieves Recognition From Chambers USA 2018
ATLANTA (May 7) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that the firm once again earned recognition in the 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. In total, Kilpatrick Townsend earned 59 spots on the prestigious list.
Below are some highlights from this year’s Chambers USA. For more, please click here.
Thirteen Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys are ranked as a *Star Individual or Band #1 in their respective practice areas:
- Todd Meyers for Bankruptcy/Restructuring (Georgia);
- Brian Corgan (*Star Individual), William Dorris, and Randall F. Hafer for Construction (Georgia);
- Alan McConnell for Environment (North Carolina);
- Rupert M. Barkoff for Franchising (Nationwide);
- Darin J. Gibby and David E. Sipiora for Intellectual Property (Colorado);
- William H. Brewster and Wab P. Kadaba for Intellectual Property (Georgia);
- Charles Calkins and Steven Gardner for Intellectual Property (North Carolina); and
- Lynn E. Fowler for Tax (Georgia).
Four Kilpatrick Townsend practice areas are ranked Band #1:
- Construction (Georgia);
- Intellectual Property (Colorado)(only firm ranked Band 1);
- Intellectual Property (Georgia)(only firm ranked Band 1); and
- Intellectual Property (North Carolina).
Eight Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys are ranked nationally in their practice areas:
- Barry Benjamin for Advertising: Transactional & Regulatory;
- Brian Corgan for Construction Law;
- Aaron Kaslow for Financial Services Regulation: Financial Institutions M&A;
- Rupert M. Barkoff and Christopher P. Bussert for Franchising;
- Charles Galbraith, Venus Prince, and Rob Roy Smith for Native American Law.
Five Kilpatrick Townsend practice areas are ranked nationally:
- Financial Services Regulation: Financial Institutions M&A;
- Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets; and
- Native American Law.
To view all of the Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys who were ranked, along with the practice areas in which they are recognized, please click here.
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