Marla Grossman

Marla Grossman

Marla Grossman is one of the country’s preeminent intellectual property, technology and trade government relations attorneys. As a partner at the American Continental Group, she helps her clients with strategic public policy planning and representation before the White House, U.S. federal agencies and the U.S. Congress. Before joining ACG, Ms. Grossman was a partner at PCT Government Relations, a lobbying firm focused on intellectual property and technology public policy matters. Prior to that, Ms. Grossman was a partner at the law firm of DLA Piper. From 1997-1999, Ms. Grossman served as minority counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, where she was instrumental in the development of policy positions and legislative initiatives for current U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT). Before working on Capitol Hill, she served as the Assistant Director of Public Liaison and Director of Law Enforcement Outreach for the Clinton-Gore 1996 presidential campaign.


Posts by Marla Grossman


Patent and IP Wishes from K Street for 2017

Last year at this time, I wished for the passage of trade secrets legislation, resolution of the patent reform legislation stalemate in Congress, that the USPTO consider …
By Marla Grossman
3 years ago 23

Trump on Copyright: How the Trump Administration will approach copyright law and potential copyright reforms

We know that not only are copyrights grounded in the constitution, but core copyright industries contribute approximately $1.2 trillion to the U.S. economy annually, and employ over 5.5 …
By Marla Grossman & Gene Quinn
3 years ago 3

Patent and IP Wishes from K Street for the New Year

If Gene (the “genie”) were to grant me patent and IP wishes for 2016, I would ask for (in no particular order) the passage of trade secrets legislation, …
By Marla Grossman
4 years ago 7

Copyright Issues for the 113th Congress

During the first quarter of the 2013, Congressional attention will be focused on budget, appropriations and debt ceiling matters – along with a few other public policy issues that …
By Marla Grossman
7 years ago 1