To make good policy—or prevent bad policy—know your company’s goals
Before he became Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, Jon Leibowitz served as one of the agencys commissioners. I had the good fortune to meet with him and his incredible staff attorneys from time to time, mostly to advocate for policies that would benefit intellectual property holders.
By Christine JonesNovember 16, 2012
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This is the third article in a six-part series on in-house counsel lobbying for policy change. Read the first two installments here and here.
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