Sarah Cronin is a high-stakes trial attorney and litigator specializing in media and entertainment, complex business litigation, intellectual property, and insurance claims and disputes. Sarah represents and advises media and entertainment companies on a variety of matters, including copyright, idea theft, trademark, defamation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, profit participation disputes, and obtaining insurance coverage for claims arising out of the creation of original content. She also serves as counsel in connection with title disputes before the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) Title Registration Bureau.
Sarah represents and advises companies and individuals in disputes with their insurance companies, successfully recovering tens of millions of dollars on behalf of her clients. These disputes are often resolved pre-litigation and include the resolution of claims for property damage, business interruption losses, unpaid defense costs, production shutdowns, error and omissions claims, and claims arising out of the entertainment and media industry, construction industry, and manufacturing and retail cannabis industry, among others.
Sarah is a recognized leader among her peers. She is a co-deputy editor of the Communications Lawyer, the American Bar Association’s publication on media and First Amendment law.
Sarah is also active in her community, serving on the board of directors for the Independent Shakespeare Company in Los Angeles.