Klemchuk Kubasta LLP Named Best Places to Work by Dallas Business Journal

Intellectual Property Law Firm Klemchuk Kubasta LLP has been recognized by Dallas Business Journal as a Best Place to Work in 2011.

The Best Places to Work program recognizes the top employers in the DFW Metroplex. Honorees are chosen after its employees complete an in-depth survey.

At the award luncheon on September 22, 2011, Klemchuk Kubasta LLP learned they were ranked as the number 4 Best Place to Work in the Small Company category.

“We are very excited about this honor. We know Klemchuk Kubasta LLP is a great place to work, and it’s nice to be recognized for the second year by The Dallas Business Journal. For our firm to receive this recognition, it validates all of our efforts to ensure this is a fun and productive working environment. The continued growth of our firm shows that our employees enjoy working here, but also demonstrates that others aspire to work with the remarkable team we’ve assembled,” says Senior Partner Kelly Kubasta.

In 2010, Klemchuk Kubasta LLP was ranked 5th in the Small Business category in the Dallas Business Journal Best Places to Work awards program.

About the Firm:

Klemchuk LLP is a litigation, intellectual property, transactional, and international business law firm dedicated to protecting innovation. The firm provides tailored legal solutions to industries including software, technology, retail, real estate, consumer goods, ecommerce, telecommunications, restaurant, energy, media, and professional services. The firm focuses on serving mid-market companies seeking long-term, value-added relationships with a law firm. Learn more about experiencing law practiced differently and our local counsel practice.

The firm publishes Intellectual Property Trends (latest developments in IP law), Conversations with Innovators (interviews with thought leaders), Leaders in Law (insights from law leaders), Culture Counts (thoughts on law firm culture and business), and Legal Insights (in-depth analysis of IP, litigation, transactional, and international law).

 

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