MoFo News Item

Paul Goldstein Inducted into the IAM IP Hall of Fame

07 Apr 2015

Paul Goldstein, of counsel in MoFo's San Francisco office, was one of five individuals selected in 2015 to join Intellectual Asset Management's IP Hall of Fame.

Paul was selected for his influential treatises on U.S. and international copyright law, his legal practice, and his role as a professor at Stanford Law School, where he has twice been awarded for excellence in teaching. He was nominated by New York partner John Delaney.

In the course of his practice, Mr. Goldstein has worked on several trailblazing copyright cases, including Universal v. Sony (the "Betamax" case); West v. Mead Data Central (the "Star Pagination" case); On Command Video Corp. v. Columbia Pictures Industries; and Fujitsu v. IBM Corporation (American Arbitration Association).

Established in 2006, the IP Hall of Fame honors those who have helped to establish intellectual property as one of the key business assets of the 21st century. Paul is the second MoFo attorney to be inducted; of counsel J. Thomas McCarthy was honored in 2012.

IAM's announcement on this year's inductees can be found here. The full list of previous inductees can be found here.



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