At Princeton University I received a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in economics (and certificate in political economy). I attended Northwestern University School of Law and was admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey in 1989. Since that time I have been admitted to federal trial and appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court, all over the country.
I practiced at a number of law firms before settling in where I am now, gaining broad experience in commercial litigation — including trials, arbitrations and mediations — as well as copyright and trademark law and general business, IT, Internet-related and constitutional law.
In 2017 I appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Simon Tam of The Slants, which resulted in the historic First Amendment ruling, Matal v. Tam, that struck down the law that allowed trademark registration to be denied if the mark was deemed to be “disparaging.”
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