King & Spalding Keeps IP Focus On Long Run

Law360, New York (April 21, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- As King & Spalding LLP’s intellectual property practice continues to expand, the firm has learned the importance of growing with its clients and establishing long-term relationships based on a holistic approach.

In 1991, the firm first organized its IP lawyers into a unified team. Since a decade ago, the practice team has grown from 9 lawyers and 2 paralegals to more than 80 lawyers and 135 timekeepers, which include technical specialists and paralegals.

Each year, the practice nabs six to ten new associates, and the firm...
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