Kendra Baisinger serves as of counsel in Montgomery McCracken’s Litigation Department. She focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation at both the trial and appellate levels.
Kendra has authored a number of successful appellate briefs and dispositive motions in federal court. She also represents clients in a wide variety of matters including intellectual property, First Amendment cases and other constitutional issues.
Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Kendra served as of counsel at a Philadelphia regional firm, and spent several years as a Staff Attorney at the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Kendra received a J.D. degree, cum laude, from University of Wisconsin School of Law in 2003 where she served as a note and comment editor of the Wisconsin Law Review, and participated in the Innocence Project Clinical Program.
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- Co-author, “Bad Things Can Happen on Good Websites – Including Yours,” November 2021
- Co-author, “From the First Amendment to Final Exams: How Digital Crises Are Striking Schools,” June 2021
- Co-author, “The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is Not Nearly As Broad As Some Prosecutors Claim: Van Buren v. U.S.,” June 2021
- Mentioned in, “Montgomery McCracken Starts Firmwide Digital Crisis Group,” Law360 Pulse, April 2021
- Co-author, “Online Speakers – Where Can You Be Sued?,” April 2021
- Co-author, “Is Free Speech Online About To Get A Lot Less Free?” November 2020
- Co-author, “FTC Signals Intent to Focus on Use of Social Media Bots in Advertising,” September 2020
- University of Wisconsin Law School
- Kansas State University
Bad Things Can Happen on Good Websites – Including Yours?
From the First Amendment to Final Exams: How Digital Crises Are Striking Schools
First Amendment law has struggled to stay apace with the ways in which people—especially teenagers—communicate. But while student speech rights may be an interesting Constitutional question for lawyers and scholars, […]
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is Not Nearly As Broad As Some Prosecutors Claim: Van Buren v. U.S.
I Find Authority Always Wins, or how a police officer – bribed to check a license plate – got SCOTUS to clarify one of the vaguest laws on the books. […]
Montgomery McCracken Starts Firmwide Digital Crisis Group
Growing requests for legal advice from clients experiencing an online or social media emergency led Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP to launch a practice this week to address just such fast-moving […]