Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend and Partner Aarti Shah Earn Top Recognition from Patexia
ATLANTA (March 22) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that the firm and partner Aarti Shah earned top rankings in Patexia’s ITC Intelligence Report 2021. Kilpatrick Townsend was ranked a Top 25 Best Performing law firm, and Aarti Shah was ranked a Top 10 Most Active Attorney.
Founded in 2010 to bring efficiency and transparency to intellectual property by leveraging the power of data, technology, and experts, Patexia is the largest network for IP professionals with over 100,000 IP attorney profiles. Patexia’s 2021 ITC Intelligence Report is the second in an annual series that provides rankings, statistics and comprehensive analysis of ITC Section 337 as part of its research division. The report analyzes the performance of thousands of law firms and attorneys. A top 10 or top 25 ranking is a confirmation for clients that they are working with elite counsel.
Aarti Shah is a partner in the firm’s Washington, DC office. She focuses her practice on patent litigation and has extensive experience as trial counsel. Ms. Shah assists companies in all industries, particularly high tech and life sciences, to protect their innovations.
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