Scott A. Kamber is the founding member of KamberLaw, the leading plaintiffs’ firm to focus on individual rights in the digital age. Serving a global client base with lawyers across the United States, Mr. Kamber has led the successful resolution of dozens of high–impact litigations, including In re Blue Buffalo, Lane v. Facebook and in re Flash cookies. Currently, Mr. Kamber leads numerous litigations arising from various web technologies, wrongful use of deep packet inspection technologies, web-centric violations of Lanham Act, website accessibility and the rights of children on the internet. Mr. Kamber has extensive courtroom and trial experience.
Mr. Kamber’s efforts in Internet privacy rights began in the 1990s when he resolved what is believed to be the first Internet privacy case to recover a benefit for impacted class members. His interest in consumer rights and technology extends to new media, and he has led standard-setting litigations and resolutions involving digital rights management software for computer software, video games, and music. Mr. Kamber is a frequent speaker on these issues in the United States and abroad, of note He was a keynote speaker for the IAPP annual conference and a panelist at the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners where he spoke on the topic of coordinating private class actions with government enforcement.
Mr. Kamber graduated cum laude from the University of California Hastings College of the Law in 1991 where he was Order of the Coif, Articles Editor for the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly and a member of the Moot Court Board. He graduated with University and Departmental Honors from The Johns Hopkins University in 1986. He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the State of New York and the District of Columbia, as well as the United States Courts of Appeals for the Second, Eighth and Ninth Circuits, and several United States District Courts.