Christine Doelling is an associate at King & Spalding in the Intellectual Property practice group in New York. Her practice focuses on copyright, licensing and trademark matters, particularly in the music and media industries. She represents clients in complex litigation matters, proceedings in front of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and licensing rate setting arbitrations. She regularly counsels cutting-edge technology companies on litigation risk assessment, DMCA safe harbor regulations, and trademark prosecution.
Ms. Doelling graduated from UC Hastings College of the law in 2016, where she was a member of the Thurston Honor Society, a SACK Teaching Fellow, and the Vice President of the Hastings Intellectual Property Association. As a student, she worked on copyright issues for Universal Music Group and Reservoir Media Management. Additionally, Ms. Doelling holds a masters degree in media, communication and critical practice from London College of Communications where her thesis revolved around new licensing structures for music streaming.