Brittany R. Lamb is an associate in the firm’s Content, Media and Entertainment practice group. She has extensive experience in media and entertainment litigation at the trial and appellate levels, including matters involving copyright, trademark, and FOIA issues, as well as experience in white-collar investigations.
Ms. Lamb’s practice focuses on intellectual-property counseling and litigation, including copyright and trademark infringement, content protection, clearance work, copyright termination, contractual disputes, and business torts. Ms. Lamb was a key member of a team that won a multimillion dollar jury verdict and achieved two victories before the Ninth Circuit in litigation involving the rights to John Steinbeck's works and interference with film deals for East of Eden and The Grapes of Wrath. Ms. Lamb has also represented corporations and individuals in connection with government and internal investigations. Ms. Lamb maintains an active pro bono practice, including FOIA matters and individual representations in criminal matters.
Ms. Lamb received her JD from Columbia Law School, where she was a James Kent Scholar and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. In law school, Ms. Lamb was a senior editor for the Columbia Law Review, for which she authored a student note on fashion law, and worked as a copyright research assistant for Professor Jane C. Ginsburg. Ms. Lamb graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in government. Before attending law school, Ms. Lamb worked at a bookstore and interned at a literary agency in New York City and at the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy.