Guest wrote:tomjablan wrote:Guest wrote:I just checked the docket and Braddock has a small LA patent law firm. Not quite the experience he needs. The firm seems to have just experienced a huge turnover in lawyers - they lost 8 of their 11 attys and have replaced 4 so now have 8 attys.
There are 2 attys in the case - neither of whom have this type of experience. I would have thought he could find one firm with the appropriate type of legal expertise.
hahaha small!!! Read it!!!
"Small Law Firm," said:...recruits only the highest caliber attorneys and professionals so as to provide our clients with the highest quality legal services. We combine large law firm experience, credentials and work quality with cost-effectiveness and a unique level of personalized attention and care. At the cutting edge of intellectual property law, we aid our clients in meeting the challenges of an increasingly complicated and thriving international marketplace.
about one partner, "without experienced"..hahaha...shortly before, Braddock has no lawyer, now has two, but the "small", with no experience ... hahahaha ... as long as you prilati more nonsense ...? Read about the lawyer with no experience ... hahaha
N.N. is an experienced attorney who focuses his practice on intellectual property and entertainment litigation and transactions. He began his career at two of the nation’s largest intellectual property boutiques. N.N has extensive experience in all aspects of intellectual property case management from inception through post-trial briefing.
N.N. began his legal career at the New York office of FCH& S, where he helped represent multinational pharmaceutical companies and multinational media companies in both patent and trademark infringement litigation. In 2004, he joined the Atlanta office of F& R, P.C., where he served as a senior associate working on patent litigations involving the electrical and mechanical arts. Mr. N.N. was the lead associate on a patent infringement case successfully tried to a jury in 2008. At F& R, Mr. N.N. was also Atlanta counsel for the firm’s New Media and Entertainment practice. His entertainment practice includes representing individuals and corporations in the fields of book publishing, film and television, music, and radio broadcasting. Most recently, prior to joining the ALG, he was Of Counsel at M, H & T LLC, where he broadened his experience to include business litigation and transactions. In this role, he successfully represented both corporations and individuals in commercial litigations and transactions, including breach of contract, medical malpractice, and labor and employment matters. At M, H, Mr. N.N. successfully represented a private historically black college in a breach of contract action.
Mr. N.N. obtained his B.S. in Chemistry, magna cum laude from Morehouse College in 1990, where he also served as Chief Justice of the H& CR B. Mr. N.N. was a NASA Scholar and NIMH-COR Research Scholar. His experience also includes internships at NASA Langley Research Center and NASA Kennedy Space Center. He received his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 1997.
Areas of Practice:
• Patent, Trademark, Copyright Acquisition and Enforcement
• Entertainment and New Media Litigation and Transactions
• Employment Law
• Commercial Transaction
• State Bar of New York
• State Bar of Georgia
• United States District Courts in New York, Georgia, and Texas
• B.S. Chemistry, Morehouse College
• New York University School of Law
Are you blind or just obstinate? If you could read with any comprehension you'd see his experience is with patent law and his "entertainment experience" is not with this type of IP law. If it was they would be citing it and they don't. He does seem to have been at NYU when Jolie was attending - maybe they know each other.
And spare us the PR spiel from the firm's own website. Did you think they would say they recruit from the bottom of the class or people who can't make partner at their old law firms? Chemistry and life science patents have little to do with Braddock's case. Neither does contract law for entertainment companies.
It's clear what Rasheed McWilliams is experienced in but it is not what Braddock really needs. So neither McWilliams nor Adli are experienced in this area. Well, good luck with that.
Unlike you, I'm smart! Spare us these! From Jolie's PR team!
Angelina will not save even Obama himself, nor the CIA nor the FBI, UN, UNHCR, no!
Remember one thing! Evidence that has Braddock, Braddock could prove himself in court without a lawyer, but it must have. Thus, it can be represented by tax lawyer, a veterinarian, a housewife! Transfer to your Jolie and her team. It is not an important lawyer, but the evidence, film and books. That every attorney who has just left the school can demonstrate, with or without experience!
It is interesting that you are transparent, in order to discover? First you claim one, and secondly, and thirdly, that Braddock was omitted, so that no lawyer, and then it has, but he is inexperienced, etc? Immediately order Angelina Jolie! What Braddock has to go out in public, pictures, witnesses, not even to save a thousand lawyers. This will be the biggest shame for her and for all the defendants. Especially for GKFilms who threatened Braddock!