Ron Coleman is an American lawyer and journalist who is an expert on First Amendment and intellectual property rights, especially pertaining to the Internet. Coleman, general counsel for the Media Bloggers Association, wrote in 1995 the first article on intellectual property rights and the Internet published in the American Bar Association Journal. In 1998, Coleman represented Brodsky in the cybersquatting dispute Jews for Jesus v. Brodsky and defended The National Debate's online parody of The New York Times's corrections page. In 2015, Coleman represented Simon Tam in In Re Tam, a trademark dispute for Tam's band, The Slants, after the band's name was denied trademark by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Coleman writes the blawg Likelihood of Confusion.Source: Wikipedia
University in New York
Private Ivy League research university in Princeton, New Jersey, United States
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