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Kronenberger Rosenfeld operates at the crossroads of the Internet and the law. Our sole focus on Internet law and policy, along with our established track record in precedent-setting cases, puts us in the best position to provide legal solutions on Internet and technology matters.

 

Our clients know us as:

 
Precedent setters

The law is old. The Internet is new. The field of Internet law is rapidly evolving as the legal principles of yesterday struggle to keep pace with the technology of tomorrow. As pioneers of Internet law, we push forward change that favors our clients. We are responsible for groundbreaking rulings regarding spam, domain name litigation, the DMCA, Internet trademark infringement and piracy, false advertising, deceptive trade practices, copyright, and more.

 

Creative problem solvers

We have a track record of finding new ways to apply existing laws to Internet-related issues, often achieving results using techniques that other law firms overlooked. We have used a variety of methods to track people and money through the Internet, analyzing data for digital fingerprints and utilizing triangulation techniques to home in on our targets. We’ve used John Doe lawsuits to identify and prosecute even the most elusive fraudulent parties in hiding. We were the first to auction a judgment debtor’s domain names as personal property. We have helped develop the legal landscape for payment processors and high-risk Internet merchants. And when necessary, we proactively develop our own theories of liability where no case law exists.

 

Tech savvy

We speak your language. We know the vernacular and infrastructure of the Internet, and how performance marketing and tech companies operate, all of which saves our clients both time and money. We have helped numerous clients grow from struggling Internet startups to multi-million dollar enterprises with vast IP portfolios, and we understand the risks, concerns, and potential rewards at every step along the way. We also integrate high-technology throughout our entire practice. We operate a “paperless” law office, and we rely on the latest in online communications, document management systems, and trial preparation software to create efficiencies and savings for our clients.

 

Collaborative risk sharers

We recognize that legal fees are not “one size fits all.” When possible, we provide custom-tailored billing options—including hourly rates, flat fees, and contingency fees, or a combination thereof—that meet our clients’ specific objectives and cash flow requirements. We also share some financial risks with our clients by combining lower fees with incentive payments upon achieving success milestones.

 

Sized right

Building our firm has never been about the numbers, it’s been about the people. Each of our attorneys has a unique background and contributes a specialized expertise to our practice. In addition, our manageable size keeps our overhead low while still enabling us to provide the full spectrum of quality services to our clients. We staff our matters leanly and rely on the firm’s investment in litigation management systems. When appropriate, we offer additional cost savings by delegating assignments to skilled staff with lower hourly rates. As a result of all of these efforts, our clients pay far less than they would with our big-firm counterparts.

 

Plugged in

Our clients are located all over the world, but our location in San Francisco places them at the nexus of technology and law. We litigate in state and federal courts across the country, but prefer to keep our offices closest to the courts most prolific in creating law about intellectual property, technology and the Internet, including the Northern District of California and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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  8. Third-Party Websites



    The Website may contain links to websites operated by third parties (“Third-Party Websites”). Kronenberger Rosenfeld does not have control over Third-Party Websites, each of which may be governed by its own terms of service and privacy policy. Kronenberger Rosenfeld has not reviewed, and cannot review, Third-Party Websites, and therefore does not warrant or endorse any Third-Party Website or the content appearing thereon. By visiting or using Third-Party Websites, You assume all responsibility and liability for all resulting harms, whether to You or to any third party, including without limitation as resulting from Your downloading or use of any content, software or other materials available therefrom.

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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy describes the information that Kronenberger Rosenfeld, LLP ("Kronenberger Rosenfeld") collects through its website (the "Website"), and how Kronenberger Rosenfeld uses that information. This Privacy Policy does not apply to Kronenberger Rosenfeld's collection of information by any other means, including without limitation from its clients in the course of representing them.

Each time you ("You," or "Your") use the Website, the then-current version of this Privacy Policy will apply. Accordingly, each time You visit the Website, You should check the date appearing at the end of this Privacy Policy. If that date is later than the date of Your last visit, You should review any changes to this Privacy Policy. IF AT ANY TIME YOU FIND THIS PRIVACY POLICY UNACCEPTABLE, YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY LEAVE THE WEBSITE. Unless Kronenberger Rosenfeld obtains Your express consent, any revised Privacy Policy will apply only to information collected by Kronenberger Rosenfeld after such time as the revised Privacy Policy takes effect.

  1. Information Collection
    a. Personal Information.

    You need not provide Kronenberger Rosenfeld with personally identifying information (e.g., name, telephone number, email address, city and/or state of residence) as a condition of using the Website. However, Your failure to provide certain personally identifying information when asked will prevent certain features of the Website from functioning, or will prevent Kronenberger Rosenfeld from effectively responding to certain of Your requests. The Website will collect only that personally identifying information that You affirmatively provide in response to a direct request.

    b. Non-Personal Information.

    Kronenberger Rosenfeld uses cookies to collect non-personally identifying information in connection with the Website. A cookie ("Cookie") is a string of information that a website stores on a user's computer, and that the user's browser provides to the website each time the user submits a query to the website. The purpose of any Cookie placed on Your computer will be to identify You as a unique user of the Website. Kronenberger Rosenfeld does not use Cookies to personally identify users of the Website. In addition, Kronenberger Rosenfeld uses common tools to automatically gather information of the sort that Web browsers automatically make available, such as the user's: (i) IP addresses; (ii) domain servers; and (iii) computer and Web browser type (collectively "Traffic Data").

    c. Children.

    The Website is not directed to children under thirteen years of age. It is the policy of Kronenberger Rosenfeld not to knowingly collect personally identifiable information children under the age of thirteen.

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  4. Third-Party Websites


    The Website may contain links to third-party websites, possibly including those of certain Kronenberger Rosenfeld clients. This Privacy Policy does not apply to any information collected by those third-party websites. Before visiting or providing personally identifying information to any third-party website, You should review its privacy policy and practices, and should take those steps necessary to, in Your discretion, protect Your privacy.

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  6. Communications Made to Third Parties by Means of the Website; Share this Page Feature

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    The "Share this Page" feature of the Website allows You to share information about Kronenberger Rosenfeld by sending emails containing links to certain Website pages. If You choose the "Send this Page" feature, or similar feature, Kronenberger Rosenfeld will automatically send an email on Your behalf to the indicated recipient. Your name and email address will appear in the "From" line of such email, while the "Subject" line and body of the email message will explain the email's contents. Kronenberger Rosenfeld does not retain, share, or store any recipient email address provided in connection with the "Send this Page" feature, or similar feature.

  7. Security of Personal Information

    Kronenberger Rosenfeld has implemented and maintains reasonable security procedures and practices to protect against the unauthorized access, use, modification, destruction, or disclosure of Your personally identifying information. 


  8. California Do-Not-Track Disclosures

    Without changing or revoking any of Your privacy protections contained in this Privacy Policy, Kronenberger Rosenfeld does not alter its behavior or change its services upon receiving “do-not-track” signals, as the term appears in Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 22575(b)(5). 

Date: June 25, 2014

 

 

Our Firm

We speak the language of Internet-oriented businesses.

Kronenberger Rosenfeld is the leading Internet-focused law firm in the country.

Our practice focuses exclusively on matters of Internet law. That focus, and the in-depth experience that comes with it, allows us to provide our clients with specialized attention and problem solving in all aspects of Internet law. From Internet copyright and trademark infringement to online fraud, from consumer privacy to domain disputes, and from user-generated content to mobile marketing, if it involves the Internet, we’ve probably seen it.

What distinguishes us most from other law firms is that we understand Internet technologies. And we speak the language of Internet-oriented businesses. Our eyes don't glaze over at the mention of PPC trademark infringement, cybersquatting, hacking, SMS marketing, Internet Protocol addresses, or metadata. We are pioneers in the area of Internet law because as Internet lawyers we have followed our passion for technology, media, and the Internet, and the unique issues of law that arise in transactions in those areas.

Communication & Online Case Submission

We are committed to communicating well with our clients and to keeping them updated at all stages of representation. This commitment to communication begins with our online case submission, which allows potential clients to submit their matters to us online and, in appropriate cases, to receive our prompt comments and advice.

 

We are dynamic, creative, and entrepreneurial, but well grounded in common sense and sound business judgment.

 

 

What our clients are saying…

 

“Our relationship with Kronenberger Rosenfeld is so seamless that we often feel they are an extension of our in-house staff. The immediate response and personal attention to detail we receive from the firm makes them our go-to choice for most legal matters. We would not hesitate to recommend Kronenberger Rosenfeld to anyone who needs proficient and trustworthy Internet law attorneys. We look forward to a long and fruitful working relationship for many more years to come.”

—Daniel Vasile, Senior VP of Business Development, Artix Entertainment LLC

“We were initially attracted to Kronenberger Rosenfeld nearly a decade ago for their reputation as one of the leading firms for Internet and e-commerce law. The firm works in sync with us to accommodate our needs in our fast-paced industry. They never drop the ball. As a client, I appreciate the fact that the Kronenberger Rosenfeld team works quickly and is conscious of staying within our budget. It is truly a pleasure to work with everyone at the firm.”

—Jorge Guerrero, Compliance Manager, LD Products, Inc

 

 

“The attorneys of Kronenberger Rosenfeld are true experts in their field. Beyond their extensive knowledge of Internet law and related matters, they prove to care about their clients every day. It’s very significant to know that I can call them any time of the day and if they’re not available to talk in that moment, they will get back to me instantly. I have recommended Kronenberger Rosenfeld to many of my associates and will continue doing so.”

—Mario Milanovic CEO, Whipcode, Inc.

“When I started in Internet marketing 15 years ago, there were very few lawyers focused on Internet law and I found myself teaching the firms I hired how to do their job. Several years later, I met Karl Kronenberger and was struck by the fact that he brought the precise knowledge I had been looking for. Karl is not only knowledgeable, but he is also fair and reasonable. He understands how entrepreneurs work, so he keeps costs down and makes every billed hour worthwhile. Karl goes above and beyond in his attention to my business and myself, and that’s why I recommend him to everyone I know who needs legal services in his areas of expertise.”

—Michael, Entrepreneur

 

 

Careers

Career Opportunities at Kronenberger Rosenfeld

 

Kronenberger Rosenfeld is always looking for talented attorneys and staff to join its team. Whether you are considering a legal position as a practicing lawyer or are interested in learning more about paralegal or administrative positions, you have come to the right place.

For attorneys, we typically look for at least two years of experience, whether in litigation, transactions, or both. Our firm culture allows our lawyers to carve out their own niches and develop expertise in emerging industries and new areas of the law. Specific Internet- or IP-related experience is helpful, but not necessary.

While we often work opposite traditional law firms, we are not one of them. We take pride in the fact that our employees feel comfortable acting like themselves, and that they have fun both at and away from the office. Our new offices are a two-minute walk from MUNI/BART, on a colorful block that connects the Financial District and Union Square.

If interested, please email your resume and compensation requirements to [email protected] All resumes should be accompanied by a cover letter, not to exceed 250 words, explaining why you would be a valuable member of our team.

No part-time, contractor, or student applicants, please.

 

 



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