Insights: News Seven Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Named to Business North Carolina 2022 "Legal Elite" List
WINSTON-SALEM (January 7) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that seven of the firm’s attorneys were selected for recognition on the annual Business North Carolina 2022 “Legal Elite” list.
Winners were selected through an online, peer-to-peer voting process conducted by a third-part research company. Ballots were sent to lawyers from the North Carolina State Bar to nominate the best lawyers across multiple practice areas. The following Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys were recognized on the Business North Carolina 2022 Legal Elite list:
Adam Charnes focuses his practice on appellate, constitutional, and complex commercial litigation. Mr. Charnes has extensive experience in cases pending in federal and state courts of appeals across the nation, including the United States Supreme Court.
Steven Levitas is one of the leading renewable energy lawyers in the Southeast, representing solar and biomass developers as well as commercial and industrial energy users.
Intellectual Property Law
Charles Calkins practices intellectual property law with a focus on patent law and intellectual property transactions.
Steven Gardner is a nationally recognized attorney focusing on counseling and representing clients seeking to strategically meet objectives, solve problems, and grow in the intellectual-property field.
Richard Keshian has extensive experience in civil litigation, concentrating in product liability and business litigation.
Real Estate Law
John Livingston devotes his practice to sustainable development, including mixed-use projects, LEED certified projects, and renewable energy transactions.
Whitney Pakalka focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation.
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