Insights: News India Business Law Journal Names Kilpatrick Townsend Among Top Foreign Law Firms for India Work
ATLANTA (August 24) – India Business Law Journal announced today that Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has debuted in its annual rankings of “Top Foreign Law Firms for India Work.”
The publication notes that the firm has attracted “…a steady stream of India-related assignments.” The firm advised clients with acquisitions and matters involving the structuring, setup, and operations of their Indian subsidiaries. “On the IP front, the firm helped its clients file 158 patent applications and 179 trademark applications in India. The return of Sonia Baldia last year to the technology, privacy and cybersecurity team was a boost for Kilpatrick’s India group. Baldia was a partner at the firm from 2013 to 2015 before moving to [another international law firm] where she was co-leader of the India practice in North America. Other key India contacts are Michael Cochran, Mark Riedy, Wab Kadaba, Mansi Shah, and Sujit Kotwal.”
Against the backdrop of a dynamic, challenging and fast-moving business and legal landscape, India Business Law Journal reveals the India-related achievements and activities of law firms around the world. The report, now in its 15th year, draws on an analysis of more than 600 law firms from every continent that have recorded deals and disputes with an Indian element in the past 12 months. The results are based on intensive research, deep editorial experience and extensive consultation with corporate counsel and Indian law firms. As in previous years, the publication received hundreds of submissions from law firms and carefully scrutinized public and other records, along with reports in Indian and international media, to ensure the accuracy of our information.
For more information about the India Business Law Journal annual rankings of “Top Foreign Law Firms for India Work”, please click here.
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