Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Entertainment Software Association
Kenneth Doroshow has a strong background in anti-piracy and intellectual property issues. Mr. Doroshow was Senior Vice President, Litigation and Legal Affairs for the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). As the head of the RIAA’s litigation department, Mr. Doroshow was the principal architect of the recording industry’s litigation strategies for combating the piracy of copyrighted works. In addition, Mr. Doroshow managed and directed a broad range of cutting-edge anti-piracy cases on behalf of the recording industry, Including lawsuits against companies like LimeWire, Usenet.com and AllofMP3.com, as well as lawsuits against individuals who download copyrighted works illegally through the use of peer-to-peer software.
Before joining the RIAA, Mr. Doroshow was Senior Counsel with the Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section (“CCIPS”) of the United States Department of Justice. In addition to his role as a criminal prosecutor, he managed CCIPS’s various international IP programs, including the coordination of cross-border IP prosecutions, training of foreign law enforcement, and international criminal IP enforcement policy. Prior to CCIPS he clerked for the Honorable Joseph L. Tauro of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Mr. Doroshow holds a Juris Doctor from the Cornell Law School.