As chief intellectual property counsel at the Senate Judiciary Committee, Aaron Cooper often finds himself in the center of the latest political discord in the digital world. Cooper, who joined the committee in 2006, is a top adviser to Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and spends his days pulling warring factions together on key legislation involving patent and copyright protection.
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