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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For Zynga and its lawyers at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, this lawsuit ended with a whimper — and a...
A former Am Law 200 firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., Dow Lohnes has seen its attorney ranks cut nearly in half over the past three years amid a spate of lateral defections. Now&mdas
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett's transactional hot streak continued Friday, only days after counseling British telecom giant Vodafone on the third-largest M&A deal in history. The firm is currently advis
...a group that also includes Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman and Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, argue that because nearly all of the ex-Howrey...
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