Ginny’s practice is split between advisory work and litigation. Her transactional clients include e-commerce merchants, advertising networks, publishers, mobile app and game developers, SaaS providers, content managers, and nutraceutical companies, among others. She advises them on a range of contractual and intellectual property issues including copyright and trademark registration, vendor agreements, merchant processing, licensing agreements, website disclosures, advertising regulations, and FTC and FDA compliance. Ginny also specializes in issues specific to the online marketplace industry by advising clients who maintain storefronts on Amazon Marketplace, Sears Marketplace, Walmart Marketplace, and others.
Ginny’s litigation practice focuses on a variety of commercial matters, including copyright, trademark, trade secret, and defamation claims. Her interest in intellectual property and technology law traces back to her creative and technical background in the motion picture industry.
Ginny represents technology companies in obtaining and enforcing intellectual property rights as well as defending against such claims. Her experience extends to all aspects of litigation, including extensive motion practice before state and federal courts, complex discovery, arbitration, trial, and appeal. She has helped clients develop successful offensive and defensive litigation strategies, as well as defended several class actions.
“While others perceive conflict between the measured pace of the law and the rapid rate of technological advance, we see an opportunity for our clients to influence both arenas through innovation and top-notch advocacy.”
Ginny obtained her J.D. from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 2005, where she served as the Executive Editor of the BYU Law Review. Ginny also received a B.A. in film studies from BYU in 1998 and, before returning to law school, worked on the technical end of film and television production. Before joining Kronenberger Rosenfeld, Ginny worked in Los Angeles, where her practice focused on sports and entertainment law. She is a member of the State Bar of California.