Internet litigation firm Kronenberger Rosenfeld has established itself over the past twelve years as a leading law firm in the realm of Internet and technology-related legal work, handling everything from spam cases to hacking litigation. The Daily Journal firm profile article, “Tech Titans,” discusses how Kronenberger Rosenfeld “established itself as a player in a variety of novel areas where the law has been outpaced by technology.”
In 2003, after stints in the Army JAG Corp and as general counsel for a new media company, name partner Karl Kronenberger founded the tech law firm. Since then, the firm has steadily expanded by adding Partners Jeff Rosenfeld and Ginny Sanderson, as well as a handful of associates and one Of Counsel.
The firm began focusing on intellectual property claims, but has branched out to everything from email spam to hacking litigation. In 2014, they won a landmark “revenge porn” verdict, on behalf of a woman whose explicit photos were posted online by her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend. The firm has also prevailed in defending advertising networks in many email spam cases over the years, and those cases are now important precedents relied upon by all email spam litigants.
Ms. Sanderson comments about the firm dealing with new media in the context of often antiquated legal frameworks, “Here it’s really how to take those laws and apply them to new situations and new technology because when the law was made, it didn’t necessarily anticipate those issues or relationships coming into play.”
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This entry was posted on Friday, March 06, 2015 and is filed under Law Firm Updates, Internet Law News.