Phong Nguyen Speaks on Panel Discussing Importance of Diversity When Pitching Large Clients

News / July 27, 2017

Partner Phong Nguyen presented on a panel titled "Perfect Pitch: Why is Diversity Important?" at the Western Regional Conference for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) in San Jose. The panel discussed the importance of diversity when pitching to large clients. Other panelists included Joe Lee, Assistant General Counsel for Microsoft; Sue Xia, Associate Counsel for Walmart eCommerce; and Gary Zhao of SmithAmundsen. Nguyen serves as co-chair for the IP Committee for NAPABA.


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