What Kanye Can Teach Us About Litigation

$30 for MBA members | $50 non-members 

Over the past decade, Kanye West has run the gamut when it comes to civil lawsuits. From copyright and trademark infringement to breaches of contract to class action litigation, West has seen it all. In this presentation, Brent Turman analyzes Kanye’s “greatest hits” in the courtroom and shares lessons other litigators can learn from his experiences. Brent is a commercial litigator with Bell Nunnally in Dallas, Texas. His practice covers a variety of matters including business disputes, breach of contract, complex arbitration, and intellectual property.

Note: .5 hours of ethics credit and .5 hours of general credit has been preapproved.

This seminar will be remote attendance only. A digital recording of the live webcast will be available following the seminar at a separate link.

Seminar participation is available by remote attendance only via Zoom, a live videoconferencing software. You do not need to have a Zoom account in order to access the seminar and may attend using your computer or telephone. Additional information will be provided to registrants.

For more information: Contact Adrian L. Brown, Chair, CLE Committee, 971.221.6237. For registration questions, contact the MBA at mba@mbabar.org.

Date & Time
Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm
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