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April 11, 2013
WASHINGTON, DC, April 11, 2013 — Covington & Burling is pleased to announce that Gina Vetere has joined as special counsel in the firm’s international trade practice and public policy and government affairs practices. Ms. Vetere recently served as executive director of international intellectual property at the U.S. Chamber’s Global Intellectual Property Center where she led the center’s efforts to promote the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights overseas. “We are thrilled to have Gina join us,” said John Veroneau, co-chair of the firm’s international trade practice. “Gina has a well-deserved reputation for crafting effective strategies for achieving solutions to pressing international challenges.” Prior to joining the U.S. Chamber, Ms. Vetere served first as senior policy advisor to the Deputy U.S. Trade Representative and subsequently as director for Intellectual Property and Innovation at the Office of the United States Trade Representative. In these capacities, she has experience working on a range of international trade and IP issues. Ms. Vetere was also responsible for negotiations with trading partners on IP protection and enforcement issues in North America, Central America, the Caribbean and Africa. “I am excited to join Covington. Our team has an outstanding track record of helping clients develop effective legal and policy solutions for business problems anywhere in the world,” Ms. Vetere said. Ms. Vetere earned her law degree from the University of Virginia and bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College.