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Eric M. Hinkes

Staff Editor

Computer and High Technology Law Journal at Santa Clara University School of Law

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Background Information

Employment History

Counsel To Market Leaders

Baker & Hostetler LLP


Staff Editor

Santa Clara University


Affiliations

Congressional Internet

Member


Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee

Legal Policy Fellow


Internet Education Foundation

Legal Policy Fellow


House Judiciary Committee on Courts

IP Legal Fellow


Education

Graduate of the Intellectual Property LL.M. program

The George Washington University Law School


J.D.

Santa Clara University School of Law


Web References(23 Total References)


admin - Internet Education Foundation

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Eric Hinkes Eric Hinkes Eric Hinkes admin / IEF/ Copyright, Eric Hinkes, Patents/ The Internet Education Foundation (IEF) is pleased to announce the recent addition of Eric M. Hinkes as its 2011-2012 Legal Policy Fellow. Eric brings over 5 years of Intellectual Property and High Technology Law practice experience. Mr. Hinkes is a graduate of the Intellectual Property LL.M. program at The George Washington University Law School and completed his law degree at Santa Clara University School of Law, receiving a High Technology Law Certificate. He currently serves as an Assistant Editor to the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society and previously served as a Staff Editor of the Computer and High Technology Law Journal at Santa Clara University School of Law. In addition to his law practice experience, Mr. Hinkes previously served as a Legal Fellow to Congressman Howard Berman (28th-CA), then-ranking member of the Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property, and advised the Congressman on issues including Network Neutrality, Patent Reform, and Orphan Works. "Joining IEF is an exciting move for me," says Mr. Hinkes. "I'm thrilled to be part of a dynamic team at the IEF and look forward to contributing to its work on a number of pressing Internet issues." "Adding Eric Hinkes to the IEF team further strengthens our ability to contribute as a member of the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee," says Shane Tews, Vice President for Global Public Policy and Government Relations for VeriSign, Inc and Vice-Chair of the Internet Education Foundation Board of Directors.


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Eric M. Hinkes
Legal Policy Fellow, Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee Eric Hinkes currently serves as the Internet Education Foundation (IEF) Legal Policy Fellow. Eric brings over 5 years of Intellectual Property and High Technology Law practice experience. Eric is a graduate of the Intellectual Property LL.M. program at The George Washington University Law School and completed his J.D. at Santa Clara University School of Law, receiving a High Technology Law Certificate. He is a registered patent attorney and also serves as an Assistant Editor to the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, having previously served as a Staff Editor of the Computer and High Technology Law Journal at Santa Clara University School of Law. In addition to his law practice experience, Eric previously served as a Legal Fellow to Congressman Howard Berman (28th-CA), then-ranking member of the Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property, and advised the Congressman on issues including Network Neutrality, Patent Reform, and Orphan Works.


Internet Education Foundation Updates

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ehinkes@netcaucus.org (202) 638-4370 x127 Eric Hinkes ehinkes@netcaucus.org (202) 638-4370 x127 Eric Hinkes ehinkes@netcaucus.org (202) 638-4370 x127 Eric Hinkes ehinkes@netcaucus.org (202) 638-4370 x127 The Internet Education Foundation (IEF) is pleased to announce the recent addition of Eric M. Hinkes as its 2011-2012 Legal Policy Fellow. Eric brings over 5 years of Intellectual Property and High Technology Law practice experience. Mr. Hinkes is a graduate of the Intellectual Property LL.M. program at The George Washington University Law School and completed his law degree at Santa Clara University School of Law, receiving a High Technology Law Certificate. He currently serves as an Assistant Editor to the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society and previously served as a Staff Editor of the Computer and High Technology Law Journal at Santa Clara University School of Law. In addition to his law practice experience, Mr. Hinkes previously served as a Legal Fellow to Congressman Howard Berman (28th-CA), then-ranking member of the Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property, and advised the Congressman on issues including Network Neutrality, Patent Reform, and Orphan Works. "Joining IEF is an exciting move for me," says Mr. Hinkes. "I'm thrilled to be part of a dynamic team at the IEF and look forward to contributing to its work on a number of pressing Internet issues." "Adding Eric Hinkes to the IEF team further strengthens our ability to contribute as a member of the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee," says Shane Tews, Vice President for Global Public Policy and Government Relations for VeriSign, Inc and Vice-Chair of the Internet Education Foundation Board of Directors. Tags: Copyright, Eric Hinkes, Patents


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Eric M. Hinkes
Legal Policy Fellow, Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee Eric Hinkes currently serves as the Internet Education Foundation (IEF) 2011-2012 Legal Policy Fellow for the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee. Eric brings over 5 years of Intellectual Property and High Technology Law practice experience. Eric is a graduate of the Intellectual Property LL.M. program at The George Washington University Law School and completed his J.D. at Santa Clara University School of Law, receiving a High Technology Law Certificate. He is a registered patent attorney and also serves as an Assistant Editor to the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, having previously served as a Staff Editor of the Computer and High Technology Law Journal at Santa Clara University School of Law. In addition to his law practice experience, Eric previously served as a Legal Fellow to Congressman Howard Berman (28th-CA), then-ranking member of the Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property, and advised the Congressman on issues including Network Neutrality, Patent Reform, and Orphan Works.


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