Partner Chris Arledge’s column, “What exactly is the point of law school?” was published today by the Daily Journal. In his column, Arledge explains how although many academic institutions have rules protecting free speech, academic administrators often do not enforce them which limits students’ exposure to different opinions. To read the full column, click here.
For more than 20 years, Arledge has litigated intellectual property and other complex business disputes. He has landed numerous multi-million dollar verdicts for plaintiffs in a wide range of cases involving patents, trademarks, licensing agreements, and other commercial disputes, including on behalf of defendants.