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Internet Law Firm Announces Jeffrey M. Rosenfeld as New Partner

  |   Friday, November 18, 2011

Kronenberger Rosenfeld announced today that it elected associate Jeffrey M. Rosenfeld to the firm's partnership effective November 1 and changed the name of the eight year old law firm to Kronenberger Rosenfeld, LLP. Jeff had previously served as a senior associate with the firm for five years.

“We’re delighted to promote Jeff to the firm’s partnership,” said Karl Kronenberger. “Jeff shares our firm’s commitment to excellence, and I’m confident that he will continue to make important and enduring contributions to our clients and the firm.”

Jeff's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation and Internet-related litigation. He has experience litigating copyright, trademark, trade secret, domain name, CAN-SPAM, data breach, Internet defamation, and other Internet-related disputes in federal court, state court, and arbitration proceedings. Recently, Jeff has litigated several disputes regarding complex e-commerce systems, including issues relating to merchant processing, online payment systems, affiliate networks, and unfair negative option billing practices, working on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants.

Jeff also counsels clients on strategic Internet-related issues, such as evaluating intellectual property-related assets in an Internet context and compliance with FTC regulations. With respect to FTC compliance, Jeff has advised a range of clients on the design and operation of e-commerce websites and the disclosures made on those websites.

Prior to joining the firm as an associate in 2006, Jeff was an associate with Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin, in San Francisco, and before that, with Covington & Burling in Washington, DC. Jeff received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center in 2002, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and was an editor on the Georgetown Law Journal. He received his A.B. from Stanford University. Jeff was the winner of the First Annual Stanford Technology Law Review paper competition for his paper, Spiders and Crawlers and Bots, Oh My, 2002 Stan. Tech. Law Rev. 3 and was recognized as a Northern California Rising Star in 2010 and 2011.

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