Professor Chris Chambers Goodman Presents "Effectively Representing Clients Facing Geographic, Ethnic, or Personal Biases in IP Disputes" -- USC Intellectual Property Institute
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented "Effectively Representing Clients Facing Geographic, Ethnic, or Personal Biases in IP Disputes" at the 2023 USC Intellectual Property Institute. Professor Goodman spoke on a panel with the Honorable Beth Labson Freeman (N.D. Cal.), Brian Sun, and Dr. Daniel Wolfe, moderated by attorney Ellen Robbins.
The panel discussed implicit bias and the impact of micro-invalidations on attorney-client and attorney-attorney interactions in intellectual property litigation. The panel was designated the Julie H. Yi Diversity Forum.
Over 100 attorneys, judges, and law students attended the event, including Pepperdine Caruso Law students Ijeoma Chima and Neil Edat, which took place at the Fairmont Miramar in Santa Monica on March 21.