Insights: News Kilpatrick Townsend Elects New Partners in Winston Salem
Partnership Effective January 1, 2018
WINSTON-SALEM (November 30) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the election of two new members of the Winston-Salem office to its partnership effective January 1, 2018.
Each new Kilpatrick Townsend partner is listed below along with the team in which they practice.
- Alton Absher III is a member of the firm’s Patent Litigation Team. He focuses his practice in patent litigation, licensing, and proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and International Trade Commission. He has significant experience in all phases of litigation, including trials and appeals. Mr. Absher practices in a wide range of technologies, including computer hardware and software, smartphones, and telecommunications standards. For more information on Mr. Absher, please click here.
- Dustin Greene is a member of the firm’s Complex Commercial Litigation Team. He litigates complex commercial, securities, construction, real estate development, and Native American legal issues, for both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Greene has experience in arbitration, federal courts across the country, and has significant experience in North Carolina state court, the Business Court, and at all levels of North Carolina’s appellate courts. For more information on Mr. Greene, please click here.
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