Insights: News Kilpatrick Townsend Names Ed Olifer Managing Partner of Washington, D.C. Office
WASHINGTON, DC (June 20) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that it has named Ed Olifer Managing Partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He succeeds Catherine Munson, who served as the Washington, D.C. Office Managing Partner since 2015. Ms. Munson will continue her practice in addition to serving as co-Team Leader of the firm's Native American Affairs Team.
“I am grateful for this opportunity to follow Catherine’s lead and build on all that she has done in the D.C. office,” said Ed Olifer. “I’m equally honored to be a part of a firm that is filled with such gifted people doing such amazing work for such extraordinary clients. I look forward to the continued growth of our office, and to advancing our shared commitment to client and community service here in D.C., nationally, and abroad.”
A partner on the firm’s Financial Institutions Team, Mr. Olifer concentrates his practice on securities and capital formation transactions, SEC disclosure compliance, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance advice in complex situations. He frequently counsels boards of directors on sensitive legal-related and strategic decisions that impact their businesses and constituents.
Mr. Olifer is a graduate of Virginia Tech, and earned his J.D., with a specialization in corporate and securities law, from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School.
Edward G. Olifer
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