President Bush has appointed Wayne B. Paugh, a former senior counsel at Venable, to be coordinator for International Intellectual Property Enforcement at the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Paugh currently serves as senior adviser and acting coordinator for International Intellectual Property Enforcement. Before joining the Commerce department, he served as senior counsel at Venable where he focused on legislation, government relations, intellectual property and patents.

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