Insights: News Releases Record-Breaking Recognition for Kilpatrick Townsend in The Best Lawyers in America® 2019
ATLANTA (August 20) -- Kilpatrick Townsend announced today that a record-breaking 143 Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys have recently been honored by their peers in The Best Lawyers in America® 2019.
Highlights from The Best Lawyers in America® 2019 include:
- Kilpatrick Townsend as the top-listed firm in the nation for the total number of attorneys listed for Trademark Law in the United States.
- Kilpatrick Townsend as the top-listed firm in Georgia for the total number of attorneys listed for Biotechnology and Life Sciences; Franchise; Litigation – Construction; Litigation – Intellectual Property; Litigation – Patent in Georgia; Patent Law; Securitization and Structured Finance Law; Technology Law; and Trademark Law.
- Kilpatrick Townsend had 11 attorneys named Best Lawyers® 2019 Lawyers of the Year for their respective practice areas and offices. Attorneys who received this designation are listed below, along with the city and area for which they were honored.
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