Insights: News Kilpatrick Townsend Welcomes New Attorneys
ATLANTA (March 14) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton welcomes 21 new attorneys who have joined the firm since January 1, 2023. The firm is pleased to introduce the multi-practice group of attorneys from the Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, New York, Phoenix, Raleigh, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley offices.
See the list below for the names of the new attorneys:
Lisa T. Águeda is an Associate in the San Francisco office. She counsels clients on a variety of matters ranging from trademark, copyright, enforcement, and domain name issues.
Laura E. Burkett is an Associate in the Raleigh office. She focuses on real estate and commercial development.
Sean Donlan is a Senior Associate in the Phoenix office. He focuses on complex commercial litigation.
Erick Durlach is Counsel in the Phoenix office. He has experience in complex business and commercial disputes, real estate disputes, partnership and shareholder disputes, and a wide variety of business torts and other claims.
Meghan K. Farmer is a Partner in the Atlanta office. She is a privacy and data protection specialist and strategic advisor.
Alyssa H. Friedman is an Associate in the Chicago office with a concentration on Complex Commercial Litigation.
Wenwen Gu is a Patent Attorney in the Silicon Valley office with a focus on patent preparation, prosecution, and related counseling primarily in the areas of electronics and software.
Gerald Haberkorn is the Office Managing Partner of the Chicago office. He focuses his practice on general corporate law including the formation and maintenance of entities, contract negotiations, and the sale and acquisition of businesses and product lines.
Thomas Haberkorn is an Associate in the Chicago office with a focus on business and finance, mergers and acquisitions, and securities.
Joseph Hynes is Litigation of Counsel in the Chicago office with a focus on complex commercial litigation.
Sarina Jwo is an Associate in the San Francisco office with a focus on general corporate matters, venture capital and debt financings, emerging companies, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, and other transactional matters.
Bryan C. Larsen is Litigation of Counsel in the Chicago office, with a focus on complex commercial litigation.
Samera Ludwig is a Partner in the Chicago office. She focuses her practice on labor and employment law.
Jenna MacDonald is an Associate in the New York office. She has a focus on bankruptcy and insolvency matters.
Martin W. McManaman is Litigation of Counsel in the Chicago office. He focuses on labor and employment law.
Jeffrey B. Rose is Litigation of Counsel in the Chicago office. He focuses on business representation, transactions, and real estate.
Robert Smeltzer is a Partner in the Chicago office. He has experience of representing clients in all phases of labor and employment litigation in federal and state courts.
Alee Soleimanpour is an Associate in the Denver office. Alee has a focus on tax-related matters and disputes.
Ross M. Speier is a Partner in the Atlanta office. He focuses his practice on counseling banks and financial services providers regarding federal and state regulation of consumer financial products and services.
Ashleigh Stochel is a Senior Associate in the Chicago office. She has a focus on complex commercial litigation.
Christopher R. Sullivan is a Senior Associate in the Chicago office. He focuses on complex commercial litigation.
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