Hsu Untied interview with Simon Frankel, Partner at Covington

Hsu Untied (by Richard Hsu)
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Today, my guest on Hsu Untied is Simon Frankel, a Partner at Covington & Burling who is an experienced litigator focusing on copyright and trademark disputes, with an emphasis on the technology and consumer products sectors. He is also a recognized authority in the field of art law, where he has handled disputes involving cultural property claims, title issues, moral rights claims, and resale royalties and also advised on a range of fine art transactions. In addition, he teaches a class on Art and the Law at Stanford Law School. See more +
Today, my guest on Hsu Untied is Simon Frankel, a Partner at Covington & Burling who is an experienced litigator focusing on copyright and trademark disputes, with an emphasis on the technology and consumer products sectors. He is also a recognized authority in the field of art law, where he has handled disputes involving cultural property claims, title issues, moral rights claims, and resale royalties and also advised on a range of fine art transactions. In addition, he teaches a class on Art and the Law at Stanford Law School. Simon holds a BA (summa cum laude) from Harvard University, a M.Phil. from Cambridge University and a JD from Yale Law School, where he was an Editor for the Yale Law Journal. See less -
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