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Jacqueline Charlesworth, former General Counsel of U.S. Copyright Office, Joins Covington

February 8, 2017, IPWatchdog

Simon Frankel and Jacqueline Charlesworth are quoted in an IPWatchdog article regarding Charlesworth’s recent arrival to Covington’s Intellectual Property Rights and Communications and Media practices. “Jacqueline’s experience includes a rare combination of litigation, transactional and policy work in both public service and private practice,” says Frankel. “At a time of significant technological developments and potential revisions to the Copyright Act, we believe Jacqueline’s deep expertise will enhance our ability to serve a wide range of clients dealing with copyright and related intellectual property issues.”

According to Charlesworth, “I am excited to resume my private practice and was particularly drawn to Covington because of its outstanding legal talent and highly collaborative culture.” She adds, “I look forward to drawing on my government and private sector experience to assist a diversity of clients with their copyright needs.”

 

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