Sarah Cronin’s practice includes entertainment, intellectual property, insurance recovery, and complex business litigation. Cronin has significant experience representing major media and entertainment companies on a variety of matters, including copyright, trademark, defamation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, insurance recovery, breach of contract, employment, cyber piracy, and internet domain name retrieval through the World Intellectual Property Organization. She has served as counsel in connection with disputes before the Motion Picture Association of America Title Registration Bureau and appeared before a variety of state and federal courts.
Cronin also advises clients in insurance recovery matters, representing policyholders against their insurance providers to enforce their coverage rights, and recovering millions of dollars in unpaid claims and damages on behalf of policyholders. She is involved in the resolution of claims brought under CGL, media liability, E&O and D&O claims, and builder’s risk claims, among others.