Episode 57: Distilling IP from Esoteric to Folksy: How to Approach Non-Patent Trials in Big Law Featuring Kuan Huang - Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
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Episode 57: Distilling IP from Esoteric to Folksy: How to Approach Non-Patent Trials in Big Law Featuring Kuan Huang

Episode 57: Distilling IP from Esoteric to Folksy: How to Approach Non-Patent Trials in Big Law Featuring Kuan Huang

This week, Andrew Nietes, IPLJ staff member, sits down with Kuan Huang, a senior litigation associate at Latham & Watkins. Their conversation centers on the ins and outs of non-patent intellectual property trials at the Big Law level on both sides of the “v.” and covers topics from copyright font trolls to the role of expert testimony. Mr. Huang has worked on a variety of intellectual property matters including copyrights, trade secrets, and trademarks on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Nietes, a second year law student at Fordham, plans on entering this field as well, litigating similar cases in intellectual property; he will be joining Mr. Huang at Latham & Watkins as a Summer Associate in 2019.

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Andrew Nietes

Andrew Nietes, a second year student at Fordham University School of Law, sits on the executive boards of the Media & Entertainment Law Society, OUTLaws LGBTQ Law Students Association, and the Fordham Follies. When he is not planning events for one of these organizations or preparing for a Trial Advocacy competition, he spends what little free time he has helping music direct Echo A Cappella.