Ron Coleman is a respected attorney who currently serves as a Partner at the Dhillon Law Group, based in the firm's New York Metro office. He specializes in commercial litigation and has extensive experience in trial and appellate court proceedings. His area of focus is on competition torts, such as trademark infringement, unfair competition, and consumer law.
In addition to his work in trademark law, Ron is also known for his advocacy in Internet-related and First Amendment issues, particularly in regard to religious and free speech rights. He represented Simon Tam and his band, "The Slants," in the landmark case of Matal v. Tam, which ultimately led to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the prohibition against registration of "disparaging" trademarks was unconstitutional.
Although Ron recently semi-retired from his popular "Likelihood of Confusion" blog on trademark law, he remains a well-known influencer on Twitter, with over 200,000 followers (@roncoleman) and host of the ColemanNation video podcast, which focuses on free expression, cancel culture and law. He holds degrees from Princeton University and Northwestern University School of Law.
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