The Daily Journal named Crowell & Moring partner Gabriel M. Ramsey a “Top Intellectual Property Lawyer.” The series honors the top attorneys practicing intellectual property and patent litigation.
The publication highlights Ramsey’s work in a “David v. Goliath legal battle” between Ross Intelligence Inc. and Westlaw over copyright infringement and antitrust issues, as well as work done for Microsoft taking down a malicious spam botnet.
“Ramsey successfully took down one of the largest spam botnets, known as Necurs, using a novel theory of trademark infringement and employing numerous foreign partners to gain control of more than six million of the botnet’s internet addresses,” the Daily Journal notes.
Ramsey’s practice focuses on complex litigation involving technology, intellectual property, and cybersecurity. He has handled a broad range of technology-related litigation matters regarding computing environments, platforms, data access and usage, Internet law, intellectual property, cybersecurity and regulatory issues. In addition, Ramsey has significant experience in carrying out internet enforcement actions and investigations involving cybercrime, trade secret misappropriation, fraud and deceptive activity, data breaches, and brand violations. He has also handled many licensing matters, open source licensing disputes, and general commercial disputes. He has significant experience in matters involving computer software, hardware, internet and networking technologies, video games, cloud computing, new media, and entertainment content. His work has involved not only the courtroom but also engagement with various branches of the U.S. and foreign governments on behalf of his clients.
Ramsey’s clients have included major technology and entertainment companies like Microsoft Corp., McAfee, Ihttps://www.crowell.com/nc., EMC Corp., Perfect World Entertainment, Inc., Namco Bandai Games, CNET Networks, eHarmony.com, Audible Magic Corp., Fox Broadcasting, Universal Studios, and The Walt Disney Company.