Insights: News Releases Eight Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Named to 2016 Benchmark Litigation
ATLANTA (August 9) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that eight attorneys were named to 2016 Benchmark Litigation which is the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys:
- Bill Brewster was named a Benchmark Intellectual Property Litigation Star for the United States. Mr. Brewster was one of only four nationally ranked Litigation Stars in the State of Georgia.
- Bill Boice, Bill Brewster, Susan Cahoon, and Steve Clay were named Benchmark Litigation Stars for Georgia.
- Adam Charnes was named Benchmark Litigation Star and Clay Wheeler was named a Benchmark Litigation Future Star for North Carolina.
- Jim Gilliland was named Benchmark Litigation Star and Mehrnaz Boroumand Smith was named a Benchmark Litigation Future Star for California.
Attorneys were selected for inclusion in Benchmark Litigation based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey. The national section of the guide identifies firms and attorneys who have displayed the ability to consistently handle complex, high-stakes cases in multiple jurisdictions. These selections are consistently recommended within the U.S. business and legal communities for the quality of their litigation professionals and trial work. Rankings on the top local litigation attorneys reflect only those individuals who were recommended consistently as reputable and effective litigators by clients and peers.
For more information about Benchmark Litigation, please visit http://www.benchmarklitigation.com.
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Clay C. Wheeler
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