Julie Strauss Levin is an attorney with extensive experience in both the for-profit and non-profit spaces. As principal with IGMP, PLLC, Julie provides federal intellectual property and related counseling, inclusive of advising clients regarding brand protection, promotion, and marketing to ensure optimal usage of an entity’s trademark and copyright assets. Julie also provides strategic counseling to select charitable organizations.
Julie served as General Counsel of Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, where she provided legal and strategic counseling for this 501(c)(6) organization and its affiliated (c)(3) and associated (c)(4) entities. She was also General Counsel of Freedom Partners Action Fund, a SuperPAC that supported candidates who believe in free market enterprise and a free society. As Freedom Partners General Counsel, Julie handled a wide variety of legal matters, including political law, contracts, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, intellectual property, employment, and other matters.
Prior to Freedom Partners, Julie was Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Feld Entertainment, Inc., the largest provider of live family entertainment in the world, including such properties as Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Disney On Ice, Disney Live! and Feld Motor Sports. There she provided legal and business counseling and critical guidance in multiple areas, such as intellectual property, promotions and marketing counseling, contracts, regulatory compliance, litigation management, immigration, employment, government relations, crisis management, and other areas. Earlier in her legal career, Julie worked at several law firms representing a variety of clients, including the United States Olympic Committee.
Julie was recently appointed to the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, an independent agency of the federal government which was created based on the recognition that the United States has an interest in preserving sites in other countries related to the heritage of Americans or their descendants from those countries. She also sits on the Virginia Israel Advisory Board, a state agency which assists Israeli companies to build and grow their U.S. presence in the Commonwealth, having been appointed by the Virginia Assembly Speaker in 2017.