Insights: News John Jett Elected President of the Federal Bar Association's Atlanta Chapter
ATLANTA (October 4) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner John Jett has been elected president of the Federal Bar Association’s Atlanta Chapter. The one-year term is effective October 1, 2019.
Mr. Jett focuses his practice on commercial and intellectual property litigation. He represents individuals and companies, as both plaintiffs and defendants, in disputes before state and federal courts as well as in arbitration. Mr. Jett primarily counsels intellectual property owners operating in the retail, franchising, technology, and entertainment industries.
The Federal Bar Association is dedicated to the advancement of the science of jurisprudence and to promoting the welfare, interests, education, and professional development of all attorneys involved in federal law. Its members run the gamut of federal practice: attorneys practicing in small to large legal firms, attorneys in corporations and federal agencies, and members of the judiciary. The FBA is the catalyst for communication between the bar and the bench, as well as the private and public sectors.
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