Eric Koenig "is a lawyer in Washington, DC. Mr. Koenig joined Microsoft in 1991 as senior attorney in the company's European office in Paris, France. His responsibilities included intellectual property, antitrust, litigation, trade, and management of legal and corporate affairs in Central, Northern and Eastern Europe, including Germany, the company's largest European market. In 1998 Mr. Koenig transferred to Washington, DC, where he served as the head of the federal policy team. In 2001 he retired from Microsoft. A magna cum laude graduate of Princeton University and a Root-Tilden Scholar at New York University School of Law, he was in the first class of German Chancellor Scholars selected by the Humboldt Foundation in 1990. He is President of the Board of Directors of the Juvenile Law Center and a member of the boards of several other non-profit organizations, including Global Rights, Appleseed, and the Advisory Committee of the Asia Society's Washington Center. He also has served on the Dean's Strategic Council at the New York University Law School and is a member of the Law School's Steering Committee for its current capital campaign.“ 
- Director, Global Rights
- ”Biography”, Accessed January 2007.