Insights: News Releases Christian Hawthorne Joins Kilpatrick Townsend in Seattle
SEATTLE (October 1) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the addition of Christian Hawthorne as an associate in the firm’s Seattle office. She joins the firm’s rapidly growing internationally-recognized Trademark and Copyright Team as the team continues to expand in Atlanta, Bay Area, Los Angeles, and New York.
Ms. Hawthorne focuses her practice on trademark and copyright protection and enforcement including intellectual property litigation and TTAB disputes, trademark and design clearance, drafting trademark- and copyright-related demand letters, administrative trademark proceedings, responding to office actions, advertising compliance, and drafting assignment, coexistence, and settlement agreements.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Hawthorne worked as an associate in the Seattle, Washington headquarters of a west coast law firm where she was a member of its business and litigation practice teams. She earned her J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Ms. Hawthorne received her B.S., magna cum laude, in Psychology from Virginia Tech.
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