In-house counsel get lesson in Twitter
Twitter might have been slow to respond to concerns from trademark owners about its service and occasionally stupid in its replies, the company’s in-house counsel Alexander Macgillivray said yesterday, but for a business that for a long time had just 22 employees it hasn’t done too badly
Macgillivray made his comments during a well-received address to the In-House Counsel Luncheon and Workshop, in which he explained the company's origins and its rapid rise to become one of the world's most popular networking websites. "Our brand growth dramatically...
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