From the website of Spiegel Liao and Kagay, PC:
Bartholomew (Bart) Lee, of counsel to the firm of Spiegel Liao and Kagay, PC, earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago in 1971, where he was an Instructor and Teaching Fellow through 1973. He earned a B.A. with honors from St. John’s College in 1968. Appellate decisions in his cases include Energy Conservation, Inc. v. Heliodyne, Inc., 698 F.2d 386 (9th Cir. 1982), Liew v. Official Receiver (Hong Kong), 685 F.2d 1192 (9th Cir. 1982), and Bullock v. City and County of San Francisco, 221 Cal.App.3d 1072 (1990). He also has to his credit published District Court antitrust decisions on continuing co-conspirator liability and parens patriae.
Mr. Lee serves as a mediator and emphasizes mediation advocacy. As a litigator admitted to the Bar in 1973 he remains interested in constitutional issues, particularly property rights, discrimination, and First Amendment questions, as well as more general business cases and counseling. He has also served as counsel to businesses, non-profits and individuals regarding dispute avoidance and resolution, litigation management, intellectual property defense and protection, F.C.C. regulations, transnational issues, fine arts law, and health care industry issues such as F.T.C. restraint of trade matters.
For his work in physician and hospital relations, the Simmelweis Society made him a “Clean Hands” Laureate in 2008. Mr. Lee’s legal publications include “Hard Rock Mining and the Antitrust Laws …” 15 Golden Gate University Law Review 49, (1985); “Eliminating Affirmative Defenses in Antitrust Treble Damages Actions…” 11 Golden Gate University Law Review 241, (1981); “The California Civil Code,” 5 Journal of Western Legal History 13, (1992) and “The 1850 Petition to Adopt the Civil Law…” 23 Journal of Western Legal History 181 (2012). He taught as an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University from 1983 to 2003. ***