Richard Hertling advises clients in the technology, defense and other industries on regulatory and legislative matters involving intellectual property, cyber-security, financial services and immigration. His experience includes work related to the expected overhaul of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, Internet sales tax, patent reform, and music licensing.
Mr. Hertling is the former staff director and chief counsel on the House Judiciary Committee. He has more than 25 years of public policy experience from serving in leadership roles on the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Justice Department, in addition to the House Judiciary panel. He is widely respected for his ability to build strategic alliances on both sides of the aisle to move legislation forward.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Richard A. Hertling