Amy Rubin

Amy Rubin focuses her practice on transactional legal work surrounding trademark and copyright protection, content licensing, advertising, contracts, and social media promotions.  A business lawyer, she is also experienced in cyberlaw and online privacy matters.

Before joining Prince Lobel, Amy practiced as a Senior Legal Fellow at TripAdvisor LLC.  In her work for the company, she responded to and defended online speech complaints, reviewed creative and social media content, and combatted on- and offline trademark infringement and fraud.  She has particular experience in establishing protections for online content.

Amy has negotiated and drafted a wide range of business contracts, including licensing, vendor, freelancer, SaaS, co-marketing, and nondisclosure agreements.  While at TripAdvisor, she contributed to the company’s security efforts by facilitating a task force combating phishing scams.  She co-presented to the FCC about a series of phone scams fraudulently using company names and trademarks, triggering an investigation that culminated in the largest fine ever issued by the FCC.

Amy graduated from Boston College Law School, where she served as president of the Internet Law Society, Alumni Relations chair of the Women’s Law Center, and staff editor of the Intellectual Property and Technology Forum.  She now serves on the law school’s In-House Advisory Board and has guest-lectured current students on cyberlaw issues.  She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, from which she graduated Phi Beta Kappa.

In her spare time, Amy enjoys dance and participates in the Boston Tap Company and Beantown Lockers.

  • Boston College Law School, J.D., 2015
  • University of Florida, B.A., 2012
  • Massachusetts
  • Boston Bar Association
  • Copyright Society of the USA
  • Women’s Bar Association
  • International Trademark Association
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals