Insights: News Releases Alicia Grahn Jones Selected to 2021 Class of Leadership Atlanta
ATLANTA (June 17) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Atlanta Partner Alicia Grahn Jones was selected to participate in 2021 Class of Leadership Atlanta.
Leadership Atlanta is the oldest continuously running training program of its type in the country. Formed in the early 1970’s, it quickly addressed the growing need for a trained cadre of leaders to move metro Atlanta towards unity and shared prosperity. More than 44 years later, Leadership Atlanta continues to educate, inspire and connect local leaders in adherence with the principles upon which it was founded.
Ms. Jones concentrates her practice in the areas of trademark clearance, prosecution, global portfolio strategy, and trademark enforcement. She specializes in strategic management of large global trademark portfolios, including counseling for international enforcement on infringement issues.
“Leadership Atlanta is an incredible opportunity to collaborate with and learn from an exceptional group of Atlanta professionals,” said Alicia Jones. “I am humbled to be named to this select group of regional leaders.”
Alicia Grahn Jones
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