Race or Ethnicity: White
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: EVP at RIAA
As Congressional staffer, inserted language into 1999 legislation which would strip many recording artists of their copyrights by reclassifying them as "works for hire", which if he had succeeded, would have been an enormous gift to the recording industry at the direct expense of artists. He was rewarded for his work when the RIAA hired him as a VP for Government Relations.
University: BS Social Policy, Northwestern University (1987)
Law School: JD, Vanderbilt University Law School (1991)
Recording Industry Association of America Sr. EVP (2011-)
Recording Industry Association of America VP Governmental Relations (2000-11)
Congressional Staff Chief Counsel, House Judiciary Scte. on Courts, Internet, IP
Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg
Law Clerk to Judge Wayne R. Andersen, Northern District of Illinois
District of Columbia Bar
Illinois State Bar Association
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