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Litigation Attorney with 2-6 years of experience

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Date Posted: Jun 17, 2018

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1001 West Fourth Street, 
Winston Salem, North Carolina - 27101-2400



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Historically strong in corporate and intellectual property work, Kilpatrick Stockton, LLP, has been performing exceptionally well. The attorneys at the firm are serious about their work, and are meticulous with their client relationship and work product. The firm organizes formal and well-run training programs for young lawyers. With competitive salaries and opportunities in several different practice areas, this firm presents a good opportunity to get that large firm experience. The firm has maintained a tradition of sustained commitment towards ethnic minority attorneys. It is also recognized for its unfailing commitment to providing pro bono services to the community.

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Kilpatrick Stockton announced today the addition of prominent attorney Keith Harper to lead the firm’s Native American Affairs Team. Mr. Harper is joining the firm’s Washington, D.C. office as a partner in the Litigation Department. His practice will focus on litigation, property and infrastructure development opportunities, and the area of financing.

“Keith Harper is a significant addition to Kilpatrick Stockton,” said Bill Brewster, Managing Partner, Kilpatrick Stockton. “We are excited to have one the country’s leading Native American Affairs attorneys join the firm. Keith’s depth of experience will only enhance an already outstanding and well-recognized team.”

The Native American Affairs Team includes partners Bill Austin, Bill Dorris, Elliott Levitas, Mark Levy, David Smith, Earle Taylor and David Zacks.
“Keith has been an instrumental force in representing over a half a million Native Americans in our landmark case -- Cobell v. Kempthorne,” said Elouise Cobell, Plaintiff and member of the Blackfeet Nation. “Keith’s hard work in this great struggle since the day it was filed over 10 years ago is a testament to his commitment and dedication. I look forward to continuing to work with him as part of Kilpatrick Stockton’s team.”

Cobell v. Kempthorne (formerly known as Cobell v. Norton) is a class-action lawsuit filed on June 10, 1996, in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. to force the federal government to account for billions of dollars belonging to approximately 500,000 American Indians and their heirs, and held in trust since the late 19th century. Kilpatrick Stockton has been involved in the representation of Cobell since 1996.

Mr. Harper is a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. He received a B.A. in sociology and psychology from the University of California, Berkeley and a J.D. from New York University (NYU) School of Law. While at NYU, Mr. Harper was a Root-Tilden-Snow Scholar, a Fellow at the Center for International Studies, a Graduate & Professional Opportunity Fellow and Articles & Notes Editor for the Journal of International Law & Politics. In addition, he served as Chair of the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) and on the National NALSA Board.

Following law school, Mr. Harper worked in private practice at Davis, Polk & Wardwell and then served as law clerk to the Honorable Lawrence W. Pierce of the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. Subsequent to the judicial clerkship, Mr. Harper was granted a Skadden Arps Fellowship to join the Native American Rights Fund, where he remained as a staff attorney until joining Kilpatrick Stockton. It is here, in addition to other cases, that Mr. Harper became class counsel in the Cobell case.

Mr. Harper is the past President of the Native American Bar Association of Washington, DC and is a recipient of the Rockefeller Foundation’s NGL Fellowship. He taught ""Federal Indian Law"" at Catholic University Columbus School of Law and American University Washington College of Law. Since January 2001, Mr. Harper has served as Appellate Judge on the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court.

Richard R Boisseau, a prominent Kilpatrick Stockton labor partner, has recently been named to the list of Top One Hundred Labor Attorneys in the United States for 2006, as compiled by Labor Relations Institute, Inc. (LRI), a leading industry information source.

Inclusion on the list puts Boisseau in the top one percent of labor attorneys in the U.S., making Boisseau one of the most active attorneys representing companies in National Labor Relations Bored-monitored elections.

Boisseau made the elite list by being selected from more than 8,700 attorneys evaluated by Labor Relations Institute. The honor of “Top One Hundred” was determined by the number of NLRB elections in which each attorney provided representation and the success of those election outcomes.

“To be included in the Top One Hundred is a tremendously prestigious honor,” according to LRI President Donald P. Wilson. “It demonstrates a long-term and highly professional dedication to those attorneys’ clients and profession.

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Bankruptcy,Litigation,Construction & Infrastructure Projects, Corporate & Business, Banking & Financial Institutions, Complex Commercial Transactions, Corporate Finance & Securities, Corporate Governance & Special Counsel, Franchising, International Business, Investment Management, Licensing, Commercial Contracts, Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures, Privacy, Private Equity, Restrictive Covenants, Securities Compliance, Special Committee Representation, Transactional Tax Planning & Controversy, Employee Benefits, Equity Compensation, ERISA Litigation, Executive Compensation, Fiduciary Issues, Health & Welfare Plans, Privacy, Retirement Income Plans, Rifs & Severance Programs, Environmental, Land Use and Natural Resources, Finance, Financial Restructuring, Leveraged Finance, Public Finance, Real Estate, Real Estate Finance and Capital Markets, Government, Government Relations, Native American Affairs, Health & Life Sciences, Intellectual Property, Copyright, Franchising, International Intellectual Property, Patent Litigation, Patents, Patents, Biotechnology & Chemical, Patents, Mechanical, Patents, Software & Electrical Engineering Systems, Piracy, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, Labor & Employment, Employment Litigation & Class Actions, International Employment Law, Labor Management Relations & Union Avoidance, Occupational Safety & Health Act, Wage & Hour Issues, Litigation, Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Appellate, Class Action Litigation, Complex Business Litigation, Consumer Product Safety, Employment Litigation & Class Actions, Insurance Coverage, International Arbitration, Native American Affairs, Patent Litigation, Products Liability, Restrictive Covenants, Special Investigations and White Collar Crime, Subprime and Credit Markets Litigation, Supreme Court, Technology Litigation, Toxic Torts.

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