Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Elects New Partners in Atlanta
Partnership Effective January 1, 2015
ATLANTA (January 13) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the election of three new members of the Atlanta office to its partnership effective January 1, 2015.
Each new Kilpatrick Townsend partner is listed below along with the team in which they practice.
- Charles Hooker is a member of the firm’s Trademark and Copyright Team. He focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, including cases involving trademarks, unfair competition, copyrights, and Internet disputes.
- Bob Stupar is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Finance & Capital Markets Team. He concentrates his practice on lending and servicing of commercial real estate conduit and balance-sheet loans secured by apartment buildings, shopping centers, strip malls, hotels, warehouses, residential developments, office buildings, and other types of commercial real estate.
- Daniel Swaja is a member of the firm’s Construction & Infrastructure Team. He devotes his practice to construction litigation, contract negotiation, government contracting and construction and engineering claims avoidance.
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Charles H. Hooker, III
Daniel B. Swaja
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