Insights: News Gwendolyn Payton Recognized as One of Top 250 Women in Litigation
SEATTLE (July 17) -- Kilpatrick Townsend Partner Gwendolyn Payton has been selected as one of Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation 2018. The women featured in this prestigious ranking “have earned their place amongst the leading female litigators by participating in some of the most impactful litigation matters in recent history as well as by earning the hard-won respect of their peers and clients.”
Benchmark Litigation identifies the leading U.S. trial attorneys and firms at the local and national levels. The publication’s rankings and editorials are the result of extensive interviews with private practice lawyers and in-house counsel. For more information about Benchmark Litigation, please click here.
Gwendolyn Payton focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, class actions, health care, and antitrust and trade litigation. She has active trial practice in state and federal courts, and regularly argues appeals in state and federal courts.
Gwendolyn C. Payton
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