Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Adds Edward J. Mayle to Denver Office
DENVER, CO (October 18, 2016) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the addition of Edward J. “Ted” Mayle to the firm’s Denver office. He joins as an associate on the Patent Litigation team in the internationally recognized Intellectual Property Department.
Mr. Mayle spent the past six years as an associate with a Washington, DC law firm, where his practice focused on intellectual property litigation and patent prosecution in the chemical, agrochemical, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical industries. Prior to that, he served as a patent examiner with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in the aeronautics arts.
A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Mr. Mayle served as a commissioned officer in a U.S. Navy fighter squadron, where he was hand picked to be on the first strike mission into Afghanistan after 9-11, and was awarded numerous medals for leadership and valor.
After his active duty service, Mr. Mayle earned a Master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and earned his law degree cum laude at Georgetown University Law Center.
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