Bruce H. Turnbull has his own law practice, representing major technology companies and multi-company consortia in the negotiation and deployment of licensing regimes for cutting edge technologies that deliver entertainment content to consumers. Prior to establishing his own practice, he was for over 25 years a partner in the Washington office a major multinational law firm. Mr. Turnbull has made invited presentations at conferences sponsored by the World Intellectual Property Organization, the U.S. Copyright Office, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the American Bar Association, and the International Electronics and Electrical Engineers, as well as in seminars for clients. Mr. Turnbull is a co-founder of, and pro bono counsel to, the Bolechow Jewish Heritage Society, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded by Jewish descendants of a town in what is now Ukraine. The Society is in the process of restoring and maintaining Jewish sites, including the cemetery, synagogue and mass graves, as well as creating a vibrant on-line community for sharing of family histories. Mr. Turnbull also serves on the Lawyers’ Committee of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and as Vice President of the Board of the Washington Regional Office of the American Jewish Committee. He is also Co-Chair of the AJC WRO’s Civil Rights Task Force, and, in the fall of 2016, he and his Task Force Co-chair taught an adult education course at the Northern Virginia JCC on “Jews and the Civil Rights Movement.” Mr. Turnbull is married to Susan Wolf Turnbull, and they reside in Bethesda, MD. They are the parents of two adult sons (and their wives) and are the incredibly proud grandparents of one grandson (and are anxiously awaiting the imminent arrival of a second grandchild).