Kilpatrick Townsend was born from the January 2011 merger between Atlantas Kilpatrick Stockton and San Franciscos Townsend and Townsend and Crew. While this union might seem yet another megamerger between large established firms (at the time of the merger, Kilpatrick ranked just outside...
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...when a notice for a new type of attorney position at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton caught her eye: It offered reduced hours but the...
Originally Published: Daily Report
Bruce R. Kaliner, a partner at Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass, and Erica J. Dominitz, a partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, write: Now that we and, more importantly, our clients, have had am
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...and the firms that have signed on to assist include Sutherland; Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Latham & Watkins; DLA Piper; Fredrikson & Byron; McDermott...
There are nearly 30 law schools that have or soon will offer a master's degree for nonlawyers, up from just a handful two years ago
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...half-dozen firms in March, zeroing in on Dorsey & Whitney; Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Ropes & Gray; and Shearman & Sterling, among others...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...2011, Anonymous took aim at Sony after the company, represented by Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, filed a suit against George Hotz for hacking Sony...
A first-of-its-kind suit against Georgia State University could help determine when schools go too far in running online excerpts of books without paying for them
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Consider this scenario: A supervisor contacts legal to report that an employee's publicly viewable Facebook page complains about the company and calls the supervisor a "scumbag.
King of Pops tweets cart's location, gourmet flavors, like pineapple habanero and blueberry lemongrass, to followers
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