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.

Ms. Lovejoy currently serves on the Bay Area Women Enriching Business Committee. 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.

Ms. Lovejoy's experience includes representing: 

  • Spotify in the industry-wide Phonorecords IV proceeding before the Copyright Royalty Board to set rates under Section 115 of the Copyright Act
  • The National Association of Broadcasters in the industry-wide Webcasting V proceeding before the Copyright Royalty Board to set rates under Section 114/112 of the Copyright Act
  • The Radio Music License Committee in antitrust litigation against Global Music Rights
  • Oracle:
    • Obtaining a unanimous US$30 million jury verdict after a three-week federal jury trial in a copyright infringement and intentional interference action against Hewlett Packard Enterprise arising from HPE’s misuse of copyrighted Solaris software patches to provide competing support services to owners of Solaris servers
    • A high-profile breach-of-contract and unfair competition trial with Hewlett Packard regarding software development for the Intel Itanium microprocessor
  • Live Nation and Ticketmaster in antitrust counterclaims filed in response to a copyright infringement lawsuit
  • Entrepreneur Media in antitrust counterclaims filed in response to a trademark infringement lawsuit
  • Carvana in a lawsuit filed by its brick-and-mortar competitors challenging its online sales model under unfair competition law
  • American Airlines in a trial against a group of private plaintiffs seeking to enjoin the merger between American Airlines and US Airways under federal antitrust law

Bar Qualification

  • California


  • JD, University of California, Berkeley, 2012
  • BA, Claremont McKenna College, 2007
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August 7, 2023Recognition

Rising Star: Latham’s Britt Lovejoy

Britt Lovejoy of Latham & Watkins LLP helped secure a high-profile copyright jury trial victory for Oracle, among other high-profile wins, earning a spot among the technology law practitioners by Law360 Rising Stars.