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Trademark registration for Chippendales
Represents Chippendales in its efforts to obtain inherently distinctive registration for it's famous Cuff's and Collars uniform.  The case is more
Initial Public Offering
Represented a Swedish company in connection with the spin-off and the listing of that company on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The firm's work included more
Catastrophic injury services for burn injury from industrial boiler explosion
Represented a man injured when an industrial plant boiler exploded causing superheated steam to escape.  The case settled through mediation. more
Acquisition for a premiere global private equity firm
Represented a premiere global private equity firm in connection with its acquisition of a Swedish company. more

Kilpatrick Townsend’s Silicon Valley-based start-up team advised the founders of Editas Medicine in the biotech start-up’s $43 million Series A more