Ex-White House IP Czar To Run Software Trade Group

Law360, New York (August 29, 2013, 7:20 PM ET) -- Victoria Espinel, who earlier this month left her post at the White House as its first-ever intellectual property enforcement chief, is taking her crusade against IP infringement to the private sector and will become the president and CEO of the leading software industry trade association, the group said Wednesday.

The BSA-The Software Alliance said her appointment will begin Sept. 3. Espinel said she was grateful for the opportunity to advocate for innovative technology companies and to continue fighting software piracy: “I am looking forward to working...
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