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Paul J. Ehlenbach

Paul J. Ehlenbach

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
General Counsel
Livermore, CA, USA

Paul J. Ehlenbach is General Counsel, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, in Livermore, California. He has spoken nationally on topics as diverse as the False Claims Act, corporate investigation practices, ADR and the use of technology in litigation management. Prior to joining LLNL in 2009, Paul served as Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Litigation & Investigations, for The Boeing Company at its corporate offices in Chicago, Illinois. Paul had joined Boeing in 1998 from the Seattle office of Perkins Coie where, as a partner in the Litigation Department, he had focused his practice on complex litigation including disputes and investigations relating to government contracts and intellectual property. He also served from 1985 to 1988 as a trial attorney in the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice under the Attorney General's Honor Program and as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable John C. Shabaz (W.D. Wis.).

Paul has been active in a number of professional organizations including the ABA Public Contracts Section, the DOE Contractor Attorneys Association, the Chief Litigation Counsel Association and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims Advisory Council. He also served as Board Member and Treasurer for the Glenwood School for Boys and Girls in Illinois, on the President’s Council for the Museum of Science and Industry and the boards of several other nonprofit organizations. Paul received his undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he taught legal writing and served as an editor for the Wisconsin Law Review and the Wisconsin International Law Journal.

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