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Laurence Fairlie Pulgram

Laurence Fairlie Pulgram

Practice areas:

Class Action, Business, Litigation, Trademark Application, Antitrust & Trade Law

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1984

  1. Antitrust & Trade Law: 20%
  2. Trademark Application: 20%
  3. Litigation: 20%
  4. Business: 20%
  5. Class Action: 20%

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Contact Info

Fenwick & West

555 California St. 12th Floor

San Francisco, CA, 94104-1515




Professional Misconduct

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Avvo Contributions

Legal Answers


Award NameGrantorDate Granted
RecognizedBest Lawyers in AmericaN/A
Recognized for Intellectual Property LitigationNorthern California Super LawyersN/A


Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Bar Association, Litigation SectionExecutive Council2003 - 2006
American Bar Association, Litigation Section Council, Diversity CommitteeChairN/A
American Bar Association, Litigation Section, Minority Trial Lawyer CommitteeChairN/A
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law SectionMemberN/A
Association of Business Trial LawyersMemberN/A
San Francisco Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Legal Aid SocietyBoard of DirectorsN/A
Legal Aid SocietyExecutive CommitteeN/A
American Business Trial Lawyers AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar FoundationMemberN/A


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Harvard University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1983
Duke UniversityN/AAB1979

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
OnHollywood 2008 ConferenceExploiting the Social Graph: What are the Boundaries; Legal or Otherwise2008
OnHollywood 2007 ConferenceCan Copyright and DRM be Fair and Balanced?2007
Strafford Publications, Inc.MGM v. Grokster – Not Just About Music: Implications for All IP Owners and Technology Developers2005
Southwestern University Law Review, SymposiumSony v. Universal: The Betamax Decision Twenty Years Hence2004
Lecture, Stanford LLM ProgramLitigation at the Cutting Edges of Technology Law2003
Digital Hollywood at CESFeature Distribution and the Threat of Internet Piracy – Evaluating the Short and Long Term Implications2003
Stanford Law and Technology AssociationDigital Landscapes: Redrawing the Boundaries in Entertainment, Media and the Law2002
Berkeley Center for Law and TechnologyThe Entertainment Industry vs. ReplayTV: Fast Forwarding the Laws of Copyright and Fair Use2002