Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Kris Reed Recognized as a Top Litigator by Law Week Colorado
DENVER (March 15) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Kristopher Reed, a partner in the firm’s Denver office and managing partner in the firm’s Shanghai office, was recognized by Law Week Colorado as a 2018 Top Litigator. Only seven attorneys were selected for this recognition.
Mr. Reed was selected in part for leading Kilpatrick Townsend’s trial team that won a complete defense in a patent infringement suit against the Chicago Transit Authority and its vendors involving a technology used for turnstile access. A defeat would have been disastrous for the city. The publication also highlighted Mr. Reed’s pro bono work on international child abduction cases, and his efforts to have a prisoner’s life sentence commuted by President Obama.
Kris Reed focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and counseling. He works with clients in such diverse fields as electronics, semiconductor manufacturing and development, software, telecommunications, transportation, entertainment, retail and consumer goods, and financial transactions. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Stanford Law School.
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