This WEEK in LAW 177

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This WEEK in LAW
Episode 177

This Week In Law 177: That's What Clubhouses Were For


  • Denise Howell
  • Evan Brown
  • Peter Toren
    • "Peter Toren is a litigator with over 20 years of experience, who has successfully represented clients in a variety of matters in venues all over the United States at trial and appellate levels. He has a strong focus on patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret cases. His representations often involve technologies including computer software and hardware, light emitting diodes, bio-technology, semiconductor manufacturing and fabrication, optics and medical devices as well as business methods. Peter graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law ('85) and holds a B.S. in Government/Environmental Science from Bowdoin College."
  • Joshua Auriemma (@legalgeekery)
    • Legal Geekery
    • "Josh Auriemma is a former appellate attorney turned Ph.D. candidate and legal writing, argument, and technology consultant. Prior to practicing, he was a summer fellow at the Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society, where he spent the majority of his time working on appellate copyright cases. At Stanford, Josh worked closely with Ryan Calo on the Consumer Privacy Project in advocating for increased consumer privacy protections. During law school, he externed for the University Intellectual Property Office and worked closely with the University’s general counsel in litigating patent disputes and various intellectual property issues. His background prior to law school was in high-energy, particle, and laser physics. Josh worked for Fermilab and CERN on their respective colliders, and worked as a DoD contractor, coding radar algorithms throughout undergrad."


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