Aaron Sanders PLLC warrants another (though fleeting) mention in the Nashville City Paper/Nashville Post.  Apparently, Rick Sanders is part of a trend, but we don’t think anyone else went and started a new law firm.  Meanwhile, Rick Sanders has posted his third blog entry from the Stanford eCommerce Best Practices Conference.  Now he talks about why “virtual” goods are not the same as real goods. At least not for the consumers. We’re calling this one “Why Your Kindle is Not Like Your Nightstand.”

Rick Sanders

Rick is the litigation half of Aaron & Sanders, PLLC; and, from 2012 to 2014, an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University Law School, where he was teaching Copyright Law. Vandy also happens to be where he got his law degree in 2000. After graduation, he practiced at a major intellectual-property law firm in Silicon Valley for a few years. He returned to Nashville in 2004, where he worked for a large Nashville firm, practicing as much intellectual-property law as he could, but also a lot of commercial law. He left that firm in 2011 to start Aaron & Sanders with Tara Aaron, so he could practice intellectual-property law full time and work with start-ups and other non-institutional clients.