Press Release

DC Inno Names Mike Lincoln a "50 on Fire" Finalist

November 4, 2015

Washington, DC – November 4, 2015 – DC Inno named Cooley partner Mike Lincoln a "50 on Fire" finalist in its "Investment" category. The awards, which take place on December 10, 2015, recognize the capital city's inventors, disrupters, luminaries and newsmakers.

Lincoln, who has offices in Reston, VA and New York, is a partner in Cooley's emerging companies and venture capital practice groups. He also leads the firm's lateral recruiting and strategic growth efforts.

In October, 2015, Lincoln was named, for the fourth consecutive year, to the Washington Business Journal's "Power 100" list.

Ten Cooley clients were also named "50 on Fire" finalists, including: 2U, Aquicore, Avizia, Echo360, Kaleo, Macaw, Modus Create, New Enterprise Associates, TransitScreen and VisiSonics.

To view the complete list of "50 on Fire" finalists click here.

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