Barron Stroud attended the ABA’s Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, VA on April 1-3, 2013. He also attended the Litigation Council of America’s Spring Conference and Induction of Fellows on May 1-3, 2013 in Newport Beach, CA.
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