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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

Main Office: 1100 Peachtree Street, Suite 2800 | Atlanta | GA | 30309
Phone: 404-815-6500 | Fax: 404-815-6555

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP - Reviews

See reviews for Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP from attorneys and other legal professionals below.

The Best Law firm
Oct 06, 2018 - Former Employee
Contract 2015 Former Employee

The same thing, Please if you can reduce processing time it will be time convenient and total cost is also be an issue.

This is the best law firm i have ever take services. Very elegant about there services, Deep knowledge and pure advice to What to DO and what NO TO DO

Little bit costly and take little bit time in case of processing issues. But this not make any problem at last with my positive result.

Actually i have nothing to give advice of it. Everyone are very frank and friendly. Helps me a lot with my documentation and this makes my work much easier.

I actually love them due to Everyone are very frank and friendly. Helps me a lot with my documentation and this makes my works much easier.

Good client base, poor opportunities for most
Oct 02, 2018 - Former Employee
Full time 2014 Former Employee

Treat everyone fairly and equally, stop playing favorites. Stop client poaching and lying about compensation. Make litigators actually work for their pay instead of being supported by harder working patent prosecutors..

Good selection of technology based clients (Visa), some good attorneys. Multiple locations. Interesting work in a variety of areas. Can be a good place to learn craft.

The firm regularly funnels work (both new and existing clients, even those brought to the firm by others) to a few select "favorites" and takes advantage of everyone else. Client redistribution (formerly known as poaching) is rampant, as is rewarding favorites who do very little. Non-litigators are at a severe disadvantage even though they contribute the most.

not willing to name names - don't feel comfortable singling anyone out. But, patent litigators from the SF office are likely to be overpaid and under-performing.

interesting clients, some good attorneys, multiple locations, little else of a positive nature compared to other firms. reasonable but not great compensation

Great talent here
Dec 18, 2017 - Current Employee
Current Employee

Overall premise of the place is great, some finer tuning of things could help out quite a bit, as far as team creation and management involved.

Great place with great talent. Always liked working here and the talent has always been top notch. Love the management and the HR teamwork here.

Hours are sometimes different then what is best for the clients, and sometimes certain groupings of people just doesn't work out with me.

Friendly Co-Workers But Some Red Tape Involved.
Oct 26, 2017 - Current Employee
Current Employee

Management should delegate litigation cases in a more efficient manner and if employees are laid off, I would ask that a severance package is offered.

I am happy about the pay and benefits offered by this firm. Also, my co-workers are very friendly and down to earth.

It is a large firm so sometimes; there is a lot of red tape on assignments. Also, the firm recently laid off several employees without offering any sort of severance package.

Very Bureaucratic Office
Jul 01, 2017 - Current Employee
Current Employee

Reduce the amount of red tape and improve communication from the home office. These changes would make this firm a great place to work.

This firm is a great place to work. The partners, associates, and support staff are all knowledgeable and efficient, and everyone is easy to get along with.

The bureaucracy here can be stifling. All decisions are subject to approval from the home office, and it's not always clear why certain decisions were made. Communication from the home office is poor and there is a tendency for things to get tied up in red tape.

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