Since 2000, Mr. Cohen has been responsible for global public policy for eBay, adding PayPal when it was acquired in 2002. Beginning in 2006, he has become responsible for eBay’s legal regulatory and intellectual property (copyrights, trademarks and rightsholder relations) work as well as law enforcement affairs and global investigation teams.
Last week, eBay Government Relations and Friends of eBay teamed up to host Startup Global NYC at eBay’s New York City office, in collaboration with the US Department of Commerce, the Global Innovation Forum and NYC Economic Development Corporation.
Yesterday, a bipartisan group of lawmakers, led by co-chairs U.S. Reps. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) and Ted Poe (R-Texas), announced the newly formed Fourth Amendment Caucus to protect the privacy and security of Americans in the digital age.
Today Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine visited eBay and met with eBay VP of Global Government Relations Tekedra Mawakana, ACG & Legal Head of Litigation, Patents and Technology Brandon Pace and Government Relations Senior Manager & Counsel John Lawrence. The team met with the Attorney General in the newest addition to the eBay San Jose Campus, the eBay Main Street Building, which included a look at the many interactive displays showing the global reach of eBay and its customers.
This article originally appeared on BIPAC's blog. Written by BIPAC Political Analyst Jim Ellis.
The victory for Brexit forces in the United Kingdom is a boost to Donald Trump's campaign, at least according to the GOP's presumptive nominee. Mr. Trump's response statement proclaimed that, in November, the American people, too, will have "the chance to re-declare their independence."
This article originated on BIPAC.org. Written by BIPAC Political Analyst Jim Ellis
The presidential political primary season ended with the District of Columbia Democratic primary where presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton captured 79% of the vote and has, for all intents and purposes, finally ended Sen. Bernie Sanders (I/D-VT) campaign hopes. She now has enough in the way of pledged votes and Super Delegates to unquestionably exceed the 2,383 votes necessary to win the presidential nomination.