Future of GOP – NFL Naming Drama – Women’s Enterprise – The Volcker Rule
June 19, 2014
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Politico frenemies Josh Greene and Greg Louer will begin with a discussion on the changing tides of the House Republican leadership, and also weigh in on the possible outcome of the GOP leadership elections and the impact a new leader may have on a variety of issues. The Washington Redskins football organization received a major blow delivered by the U.S. Patent office on Wednesday as six of their trademarks were cancelled. Deborah Lodge, a patent and trademark lawyer, has been following the naming controversy of the D.C. team closely and she will share her thoughts on the matter. Deborah will stay on and be joined by Caroline Noblet together they will discuss the changing of role of females in the professional world. Both women are also leaders of development initiatives for women, and will share highlights from their efforts. Finally, Matthew Kulkin will explain the cross-border implications of the Volcker Rule.
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