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Covington’s Shara Aranoff Named an “Influential Woman in IP Law”

October 3, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, October 3, 2014 — Law360 named Covington & Burling’s Shara Aranoff an “Influential Woman in IP law.” The inaugural series recognizes “women who have made significant strides in the male-dominated field of intellectual property law.”

Law360 highlighted Ms. Aranoff’s accomplishments as Commissioner and Chairman of the International Trade Commission from 2005 to 2014, noting that she “served as a decision maker on more than 400 investigations under Section 337” and “bolstered the agency’s Section 337 capabilities by winning congressional funding and a lease for a new space to build a courtroom for Section 337 trials.”

“Lots of people go into these cases with terrific knowledge of patent law and technology but less information about how the ITC works. And that’s the kind of expertise I would like to offer to Covington’s clients,” Ms. Aranoff told Law360.

Ms. Aranoff works in the firm’s intellectual property, international trade, and public policy and government affairs practice groups and advises clients in Section 337 investigations as well as in international trade litigation, enforcement, and policy related matters.

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