WINSTON-SALEM (November 2) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Winston-Salem office Managing Partner Steve Berlin and has been named a “Triad Power Player” by the Triad Business Journal.

In its inaugural year, the Triad Business Journal’s Power Players recognizes key leaders and decision-makers who are currently moving the Triad economy forward and marshalling game-changing initiatives that can dynamically change the region’s trajectory.

As the leader of Kilpatrick Townsend’s largest North Carolina office, Mr. Berlin was recognized for being a behind-the-scenes force in major local projects including the development of Winston-Salem’s Whitaker Park, the donated former R.J. Reynolds campus that includes 120 acres of commercial and industrial land, along with 1.7 million square feet of existing space. He has also been instrumental in the redevelopment of the GMAC building in downtown Winston-Salem. Mr. Berlin is also very active in the arts, and was recently honored for his public service by the Arts Council of Winston-Salem.

Mr. Berlin has significant experience in several areas of environmental law, including environmental litigation, business transactions involving environmental issues and environmental compliance matters. Since joining the firm, he has worked in most areas of environmental litigation, both in federal and state courts with an emphasis on private environmental costs recovery actions and representations of potentially responsible parties at Superfund sites and RCRA issues. Mr. Berlin has handled matters both at the trial and appellate levels in both federal and state courts. He has handled numerous matters involving plaintiff's claims of injury caused by contamination.

For more information about Kilpatrick Townsend, please visit: www.kilpatricktownsend.com.

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