News Kilpatrick Receives High Recognition from Chambers Global 2023
ATLANTA (February 16) – Kilpatrick & Stockton announced today that it once again received high
recognition from Chambers Global 2023.
The firm received a Band 1 ranking (the highest ranking available) for Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets.
Kilpatrick’s Patent Practice was also ranked among the elite. Clients remarked, “The team is very
pragmatic and sensitive to the business implications of its legal advice” and “Kilpatrick has a robust trademark
practice with great talent and the biggest clients.”
In addition, the following attorneys were ranked for their expertise:
Josh Ganz is a partner and a co-leader of the Technology, Privacy & Cybersecurity team in the firm’s Atlanta
office. Josh focuses his practice on strategic outsourcing, technology transactions and other complex
commercial transactions. He is ranked in the area of Outsourcing. Clients said Josh “displays strong advocacy
skills and situational awareness.”
Robert Hollingshead is a partner in the firm’s Tokyo office. He is patent attorney who focuses his intellectual
property practice on patent litigation, adversarial patent license negotiations, settlement negotiations, and
related counseling. He is ranked in the area of Intellectual Property.
Jon Neiditz is a partner in the firm’s Atlanta office and co-leads the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance
Practice at Kilpatrick. He is ranked in the area of Privacy & Data Security. Sources have mentioned
“Jon is great to work with and knows his material.”
Jim Steinberg, a partner in the firm’s Dallas office, focuses his practice on complex commercial transactions
and general corporate matters for telecommunications, financial institutions, healthcare insurers, technology
and other companies. He is ranked in the area of Outsourcing. Clients stated “Jim provided value in his work on
a significant outsourcing matter. He has a very professional, yet personable demeanor that has been very
effective in our negotiations.”
Amanda Witt, a partner in the Atlanta office, co-leads both the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance
Practice and the Technology, Privacy & Cybersecurity Team at Kilpatrick. She is ranked in the area of
Privacy Data & Security. Sources have commented that “Amanda is excellent to work with and she is extremely
responsive… she is very knowledgeable.”
The Chambers Global guide is based on in-depth interviews with leading private practice lawyers and key
in-house counsel. A team of researchers conducted the survey with law firms and lawyers chosen on merit only.
The qualities on which rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service,
commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.
For more information about Kilpatrick, please visit: www.kilpatricktownsend.com.