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Acquisition for a major on-line gambling company
Represented a major on-line gambling company in an acquisition of all outstanding shares in a company owning rights to databases and search engines more
Reservoir dispute for large municipality
Represented large municipality with regard to the challenge of a potential new reservoir, which would have the effect of removing the city’s existing more
Multiple acquisitions for Provident Bankshares Corporation
Represented Provident Bankshares Corporation in multiple acquisitions and dispositions, including its $330 million acquisition of Southern Financial more
Represented Landmark Communications Inc. in sale of The Weather Channel
Represented Landmark Communications Inc. in the sale of its weather-related businesses, including The Weather Channel and weather.com, to a more

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Significant patenting and patent portfolio management activities continue to be a critical, albeit less visible, cornerstone of Kilpatrick Townsend’s

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