Insights: News 'Proud Atlantan' to Lead One of the City's Top Law Firms

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

He helped Adidas successfully defend patent infringement claims from Nike and led one of the largest intellectual property practices in the country for more than a decade. Now Atlanta native Wab Kadaba has been chosen to head one of the city’s oldest and largest law firms.

Kadaba, 53, will take over as chair of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton on July 1. He replaces longtime chair Henry Walker, who is returning to full-time litigation.

The firm announced Kadaba’s new role in March, when Walker described his successor as “incredibly smart, strategic, and good with people.” Walker said Kadaba, who has been with the firm since 2000, exemplifies its core values.

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