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Marc Lemberg

General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer

Marc Lemberg is AccuWeather’s General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer. In this key leadership role, Lemberg advises the executive team on all legal matters affecting the company. Having spent his career in technology businesses in both legal and business leadership roles, Lemberg brings to AccuWeather a unique, dual perspective as a leader of global law teams as well as a profit-and-loss leader in dynamic and challenging growth environments..

AccuWeather, with global headquarters in State College, Pennsylvania, now reaches nearly 2 billion people worldwide through smart phones, tablets, wired and mobile Internet sites, radio, television, newspapers and the AccuWeather Network cable channel. Further, AccuWeather serves more than half of the Fortune 500 companies as well as thousands of other businesses worldwide. Recognized as the most accurate source of highly localized weather forecasts and warnings everywhere in the world with proven Superior Accuracy™, AccuWeather has saved tens of thousands of lives and prevented tens of billions of dollars in property losses.

Lemberg is former Vice President and Associate General Counsel and Vice President, Strategy and Marketing and M&A, for Tyco International, a global leader in smart building systems, B2B and B2C subscriber services, industrial infrastructure and retail analytics. Lemberg served as a divisional general counsel, enterprise law leader in intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions and labor/employment law. He also was an operating leader as Vice President of Strategy and Marketing and M&A.

Lemberg previously held legal leadership positions in the U.S. and Europe in the telecom and IT industries with Avaya and its predecessor, Lucent Technologies / Bell Labs – global leaders in the development, manufacture, sale and delivery of communications solutions and systems integration for enterprise networks, public networks and contact centers. He began his career as a lawyer with Morgan Lewis, where he focused on technology mergers and acquisitions, venture-stage companies and SEC matters.

Lemberg holds an A.B. from Princeton University and a J.D. from New York University School of Law. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey Festival Orchestra.