Neo-Nazi IP Lawyer Outed

By on September 8, 2017

September 8, 2017

An anonymous tip to a Twin Cities alternative weekly resulted in a partner’s dismissal from a Minneapolis IP firm when it was revealed that he ran Behold Barbarity, a white supremacist recording label. Aaron W. Davis, formerly of Patterson Thuente, billed his website as a bastion of free speech, “against any and all censorship, weakness, or political correctness!” His record label’s apparel section features shirts that read, “No Lives Matter,” “Muslims are No Friends of Mine,” and “I Won’t Coexist.” Along with his IP work, Davis put on an annual Satanic music festival in Chicago called Cathedral of the Black Goat. The National Law Journal included him in their Top 100 Verdicts of 2015, and the Minnesota Lawyer considered him an “Up and Coming Attorney” in 2007.

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