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Covington’s Martin Elected President of SEC Historical Society


WASHINGTON, DC, June 5, 2008 — Covington & Burling LLP partner David Martin has been elected 2008-09 President of the Board of Trustees of the Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society.

The SEC Historical Society is a non-profit institution, independent of and separate from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which preserves and shares SEC and securities history through its virtual museum and archive at The virtual museum and archive has a current collection of more than 2,500 materials and serves more than 10,000 visitors each month. The SEC Historical Society is also coordinating the commemoration of the upcoming 75th anniversary of the founding of the SEC.

At Covington, Mr. Martin serves as co-head of the firm's corporate and securities practices and advises public companies, non-profit organizations, directors, financial professionals, investors and other clients in corporate, corporate governance, securities regulation and transactional matters. Mr. Martin's career includes seven years of service with the SEC, where he held a number of positions, including Director of the Division of Corporation Finance.

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