Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Michael Turton Elected to the Board of Directors of the Orange Duffel Bag Initiative
ATLANTA (January 17) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner Michael Turton was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Orange Duffel Bag Initiative (ODBI).
ODBI, a 501c3 public charity, serves academically and economically at-risk high school and college students, providing them evidence and trauma-informed programs and proven methodology of certified executive-level coaching. ODBI’s programs empower students toward self-advocacy, self-reliance, and improved education and employment outcomes. ODBI’s services are a human investment in the lives of at-risk students, offering each young person a pathway out of poverty through self-exploration, improved critical thinking, access to technology, and a focus on education retention and completion.
For more information on the Orange Duffel Bag Initiative, please click here.
Mr. Turton concentrates his practice in intellectual property law, with a primary focus on patent litigation and intellectual property strategy and licensing. Fields of technology in which he has experience include computer hardware and software, computer security, telecommunications, computer networking, film and digital projection technologies, financial services item processing, fiber optic networks, Internet search and services, electronic commerce, semiconductor and integrated circuit technology, and electro-mechanical devices.
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