Britt Lovejoy represents technology and digital media companies in matters at the intersection of copyright, competition, and commercial litigation.
Ms. Lovejoy helps music broadcasters, internet platforms, and software developers navigate all aspects of complex licensing and business disputes.
She provides nuanced legal advice informed by her deep knowledge of issues that technology and new media companies face in acquiring and distributing content. Ms. Lovejoy collaborates with clients to mitigate risk within the context of music licensing, including for streaming platforms in music-rights rate-setting cases before the Copyright Royalty Board.
Ms. Lovejoy skillfully directs trial strategy and translates complex subject matter into persuasive trial themes before federal and state tribunals.
She has served in a number of management roles at the firm, including on the Pro Bono Committee, as Co-Chair of the San Francisco Women Lawyers Group, as Chair of the Bay Area Parent Lawyers Group, and on the Bay Area Mentoring Committee.