Insights: News Once Again, Kilpatrick Townsend Receives Top National Trademark Rankings from Managing Intellectual Property's IP STARS
ATLANTA (April 4) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that The Managing Intellectual Property (Managing IP) IP STARS annual survey has ranked the firm as Tier One (U.S. National) in both the Trademark Disputes and Trademark Prosecution categories.
IP STARS is Managing IP’s specialist guide on leading IP firms and practitioners worldwide and is the longest running analysis in the market. The guide reviews the world's foremost trademark firms for prosecution and contentious work in more than 70 jurisdictions and bases its selections solely on merit and peer/client recommendations. Managing IP does not endorse or recommend any firm, and firms cannot vote for their own inclusion, solicit votes from associates, or pay to be included in the rankings.
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William H. Brewster
Anthony J. Malutta
R. Gwen Peterson
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