Jeremy Pomeroy, a founding partner at Pomeroy+Prieur LLP, focuses his practice on information technology, digital media, intellectual property, First Amendment and advertising law, among other areas. His clients include Internet startups and established media and technology companies.
Mr. Pomeroy previously worked as Vice President & Associate General Counsel at Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier, Inc. At Reed, Mr. Pomeroy spearheaded the company’s expansion into China and India and provided counsel to data services and media businesses, including Variety, Publishers Weekly and Interior Design magazines and BuyerZone.com.
Before working at Reed, Mr. Pomeroy was the General Counsel at Dash.com, Inc., a venture-backed Internet company, where he managed all legal matters as a member of the senior management team.
Prior to Dash, Mr. Pomeroy worked at the then-leading information technology firm of Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner and at Willkie Farr & Gallagher in New York.
Mr. Pomeroy has counseled, written and presented on cutting edge legal issues relating to social media, copyrights, trademarks, widgets, apps, blogging, licensing, software, podcasting, database protection, libel, cybersquatting, sweepstakes, marketing, webcasting, promotions and user-generated content, among other topics. Mr. Pomeroy has published articles on a wide variety of topics in numerous publications including the National Law Journal, New York Newsday, the Multimedia & Web Strategist, the Computer Law Strategist, and the New York University Law Review.
Mr. Pomeroy graduated from Yale College and the New York University School of Law, where he was an Articles Editor on the Law Review.