Brian Arthur Pomper represents companies before Congress, the White House and federal agencies on a diverse set of public policy matters, including market access, investment, international trade disputes, intellectual property, international tax and customs issues.
Brian formerly served as chief international trade counsel to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT). In that role, he advised Chairman Baucus and other members of the Senate Finance Committee on all aspects of the Committee’s international trade and economic agenda.
- Serves as co-leader of the firm’s public law and policy practice and serves on the firm’s management committee.
- Member of the U.S. patent bar.
- Offers public policy, political and strategic business advice to Fortune 500 and other domestic and multinational companies.
- Counseled a major automotive company on how to take advantage of the provisions of the U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement.
- Advised and lobbied for a coalition of companies in support of strong international intellectual property protections.
- Offered strategic advice and intelligence and lobbied for a major U.S. agriculture company on trade, intellectual property and politics.
- Advised and lobbied for an international insurance company on proposed changes to the U.S. tax code and its compliance with U.S. international trade commitments.
- Advised biopharmaceutical companies on the negotiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement and lobbied in support of strong intellectual property protections in that agreement.
- Strategized and lobbied for numerous companies in support of the passage of the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement and permanent normal trade relations, or “PNTR,” for Russia.
- Adjunct Professor, International Trade Policy and Politics, George Washington’s School of Political Management.
- Member, Steering Committee, International Law Section, D.C. Bar.
- Educational Counselor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- J.D., Cornell Law School, 1995
- B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992
- U.S.C.A., 9th Circuit
- District of Columbia
- New York
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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