About KT: Locations Los Angeles
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Los Angeles office is home to attorneys and legal professionals practicing in our intellectual property and litigation practices. Our intellectual property attorneys advise innovative businesses and Fortune 500 companies in the technology and entertainment industries when protecting their most valuable assets. We handle intellectual property issues relating to trademark, copyright, trade dress, licensing, unfair competition, trade secrets and information protection, and rights of publicity and privacy. Our litigation attorneys advise clients in complex business litigation, white collar criminal defense and internal investigations, and cybersecurity.
The Los Angeles office actively assists local civic and charitable organizations through financial aid, board participation, and in-kind support for legal and educational outreach in Los Angeles and nearby local communities.
Services Expand All
- Business & Finance
- Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Governance
- Government & Regulatory
- Labor & Employment
- Pro Bono
- White Collar Crime & Internal Investigations
Industries Expand All
- Financial Services
- Health & Life Sciences
- Media & Entertainment
- Retail & Consumer Goods
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