Opened in late 2004, the firm's New York office has been a major success story for Kilpatrick Townsend. With deep bench strength and a Chambers rating in trademark and copyright law, this fast growing office serves an impressive roster of clients in the U.S. and internationally. Among its strengths are intellectual property, capital markets, complex business litigation, insurance recovery, construction law and international tax.

Office Info

The Grace Building
1114 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036-7703
t +1 212.775.8700
f +1 212.775.8800

Fully Engaged Team

Fully Engaged Team

We are fully engaged in providing pro bono services that make a real difference in the lives of those in need. A number of our attorneys provide representation to non-profit organizations in intellectual property and other matters. We have helped organizations that are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing and homelessness throughout the world, which assist needy children in the U.S. and overseas, or which strive to build cross-cultural awareness. Many of our attorneys regularly provide well over 50 hours per year of pro bono service.

Experience Highlights

National Broadcasting Co. v. Sonnabend
Successfully tried copyright infringement case brought by NBC against a videotape distributor selling unauthorized copies of an acclaimed 1950s more
Trademark enforcement services for Fortune 500 consumer electronics and computer software multinational corporation
Represents a California-based Fortune 500 multinational corporation that designs and manufactures consumer electronics and computer software more
Successful defense of Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Stored Communications Act, and trade secrets claims
Defended online database services provider against CFAA, SCA and trade secrets claims in the EDNY, obtaining successful settlement. more
Restrictive covenant litigation for EyeWonder in New York federal court and in arbitration
The firm served as lead counsel for EyeWonder, Inc. in the Southern District of New York to enforce restrictive covenants when its former head of more