Simon Tam, founder of the world’s first and only all-Asian American rock band, The Slants, wanted to change the world by creating an anti-racist band. Little did he know, the decision would take him from the studio to the state penitentiary, and from the stage to the United States Supreme Court. Hear this fascinating tale of how the worlds of civil rights and IP law collided when an ordinary trademark case turned into an eight-year journey for selfidentity and blurred the lines between art and social activism. Get an insider’s look at:
- Developing legal strategies for your appellate cases
- Client perspectives as a case progresses through the appellate process
- The impact of effective client communication and management in appellate practice
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This program is an excerpt from the Annual Meeting & Conference 2019.
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Sponsored by: Nonresident Lawyers Division and Intellectual Property and Technology Law Section