J. Craig Williams writes daily observations on law and legal news for May It Please the Court. Before becoming a partner with Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, and prior to his career as a business litigator, Williams was a broadcaster and a journalist. He obtained his law degree, with distinction, from the University of Iowa College of Law.
Bradley Shear is a nationally recognized attorney, consultant, and speaker. His blog, Shear on Social Media Law, discusses the legal issues that social media content providers and users confront. Bradley is on the Board of Advisors for the University of Baltimore’s Center for Sport and the Law. He has worked for the National Football League Players Association, Players, Inc., JPMorgan Chase, and a start up entertainment company. He is the Founder and Managing Partner of the Law Office of Bradley S. Shear, LLC that is based in the Washington, DC metro area. His law firm can be liked on Facebook @shearlaw and he can be followed on Twitter @bradleyshear. Bradley can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Joe Mullin is a San Francisco-based reporter for IP Law and Business magazine, a sister publication of The American Lawyer. Online and in print, he writes about the people, politics and controversies of intellectual property law. Before joining the legal press in July 2007, Joe wrote for The Seattle Times and covered the Nevada legislature for The Associated Press. His freelance work has been featured in San Francisco Magazine, The San Jose Mercury News, The Sacramento Bee and other publications. In his pre-journalism life, he rode around San Francisco as a bike messenger, waited tables in a Jerusalem steakhouse and grew dates in the desert.