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Glenn B. Manishin

Glenn B. Manishin

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Vienna, VA, USA

Glenn Manishin is a partner with the law firm of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP in the firm's Tysons Corner, Virginia office. His legal practice concentrates on telecommunications and technology policy, antitrust and legislative affairs. A pioneer in the synthesis of law and public policy for technology companies, Mr. Manishin has represented numerous Internet-centric clients - including Netscape, Oracle, Google, Excite@Home, Tellme, Echelon, Travelocity and others - on such cutting-edge issues as privacy, software antitrust, standards, Internet security and regulation, spam, domain name competition, Internet gaming, broadband access and universal service. He was the principal author of the landmark February 1999 White Paper by the Software & Information Industry Association proposing a divestiture remedy for the United States v. Microsoft antitrust litigation and was counsel for the Computer & Communications Industry Association and ProComp (Sun, Oracle, Sabre, etc.) - along with Judges Robert Bork and Ken Starr - in connection with the government's antitrust case.   Mr. Manishin's practice also encompasses capital structuring and transactional issues for mature and emerging growth technology ventures.  He serves in addition as pro bono counsel for such public interest organizations as the Competition Policy Institute and the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.


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