Prince Lobel Welcomes Media and First Amendment Associate Kathryn D. Stone

Firm News · August 17, 2016

Prince Lobel has expanded its Media Practice Group with the addition of Kathryn D. Stone. Katie maintains a diverse practice representing clients on intellectual property and media matters, as well as various areas including advertising, marketing & sponsorship issues, digital and social media agreements, sports & entertainment law, FOIA requests and reporter’s privilege.

Katie worked several years for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in both the Romney and Patrick administrations. She worked in Governor Mitt Romney’s Executive Office and later served as Legislative Director & Media Spokesperson for the Department of Housing and Community Development. She then became the Department’s Deputy Chief of Staff.

Katie is also a certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), an internationally recognized and reputable independent program. Katie applies her certified foundational knowledge and broad understanding of state, federal, and global privacy and data protection laws when advising her clients, providing an important perspective of how these components apply to and impact your obligations, interests and areas of concern. Currently, only around eight thousand professionals globally hold one or more certifications from IAPP.

Before joining Prince Lobel, Katie worked at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP as well as Cetrulo Capone LLP, where in addition to her privacy and media law practice, she represented Fortune 500 companies in business litigation, product liability disputes and general civil litigation defense.

Prince Lobel’s Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis stated that the firm welcomes Katie’s impressive media experience. “Prince Lobel has an unusually talented group of Media and First Amendment lawyers.  We are delighted that we will now be able to count Katie among them.  She is hard working, experienced and has enjoyed professional success in both private practice and the public sector.  She will be an excellent complement to our already strong media practice.  We feel fortunate that Katie chose Prince Lobel.”

Prince Lobel’s Media and First Amendment Law Practice Group includes attorneys that have a deep understanding of both traditional media and emerging digital platforms to deliver cutting edge counsel on expansive matters, including defamation, free speech, and newsgathering.