Insights: News Releases Ten Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Named to 2015 International Who’s Who of Trademark Lawyers
Miles Alexander Ranks Among "Most Highly Regarded" in North America
ATLANTA (August 13) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Intellectual Property Partners Miles Alexander, Bill Brewster, Chris Bussert, Ted Davis, Steve Feingold, Lisa Pearson, Jerre Swann, Virginia Taylor, Jason Vogel, and Chris Woods once again earned recognition in The International Who’s Who of Trademark Lawyers for 2015. Mr. Alexander was also one of only six trademark attorneys named “Most Highly Regarded” in North America.
This peer-nominated distinctions are based upon a comprehensive and independent survey of both general counsel and private practice attorneys worldwide.
The Who’s Who is the result of over ten years of independent research, consisting of thousands of interviews. Published by Law Business Research, the book contains Who’s Who Legal’s current assessment of exactly who are the very best legal practitioners in over 27 distinct areas of law. The publication is designed primarily as a reference source for purchasers of legal services seeking to corroborate the reputations of expert lawyers recommended to them by another party.
For more information about The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyer or a comprehensive look at the 2015 attorneys that made the list, please visit www.whoswholegal.com.
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