Intellectual property litigator Katrina M. Quicker has left a partnership at King & Spalding for one at Ballard Spahr, which acquired local intellectual property boutique Needle & Rosenberg two years ago.
Quicker joined Ballard Spahr two weeks ago, leaving behind her mentor, Anthony B. Askew, whom she said she’d worked with since she started practicing law at Kilpatrick Stockton in 2000.
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