Mark Mathison’s Guest Articles Among Law360’s ‘ESG: Top Guest Articles’ and ‘Most-Read IP Guest Articles’ in 2022
WALNUT CREEK (December 29) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Mark Mathison was among Law360’s top guest experts for both ESG Guest Articles and IP Guest Articles in 2022. His article Filing For Patents In Ukraine Is A Viable ESG Strategy was recognized as one of the 'ESG: The Top Law360 Guest Articles Of 2022' and How To Wind Down Patents In Russia Over Next 3 Months was recognized as one of 'The Most-Read IP Law360 Guest Articles Of 2022.' Mr. Mathison is the only author to be among the top ten on both lists and Kilpatrick Townsend is the only law firm to have a top ten article on both lists.
Filing For Patents in Ukraine Is a Viable ESG Strategy focused on Ukraine’s environmental, social and corporate governance efforts and how U.S. companies should consider seeking patent protection in Ukraine. Mr. Mathison discussed supporting the country in a way that may pay off financially as Ukraine modernizes its economy and integrates with Europe.
How to Wind Down Patents in Russia Over Next 3 Months discussed patent deadlines and emphasized the last day on which U.S. businesses may pay anything to the Russian patent office for filing patents directly or through international Patent Cooperation Treaty applications.
Each year, Law360 compiles their most-read guest articles into a top ten list for their respective practice. Being recognized as one of the top authors for the year in a given subject matter is a significant accomplishment for the attorneys and showcases the quality of their thought leadership.
Mark P. Mathison, P.E.
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