Evynne Grover is Vice President, Media Liability Claims Practice Leader for QBE North America. She manages claims and litigation concerning allegations of defamation, copyright infringement, trademark infringement, right of publicity violations, and privacy torts against television productions, film productions, newspaper publishers, television networks, multimedia companies, and other content creators covered by the Media Liability policies issued by QBE NA.
She earned her B.A. in Philosophy from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and her Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law. Evynne was the Articles Editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal, and published a Note, “The Trademark Protection of Advertising Slogans: A Modern Perspective.” Evynne has been a panelist at numerous seminars and conferences. She is Co-Chair of the Insurance Committee of the Media Law Resource Center, a member of the ABA Forum on Communications Law, and is Co-Chair of the Forum’s committee
Women in Communications Law.
Evynne wrote the articles, “The ‘Pink Slime’ Insurance Coverage Dispute Shines a Spotlight on Media Liability Insurance”( MLRC MediaLaw Letter, Dec. 2017); “Social Media for Business – Who Owns the Followers”(MLRC MediaLaw Letter, Dec. 2018); “Do You Know Where Your Content Is?”(Women in Communications Law Newsletter, Apr. 2019); “Defense of Copyright Claims: Don’t Let Your Proof Go Poof!”(Law360, Jul. 2019); “Copyright Act §203 Termination of Transfers and Licenses: Could More Blockbusters Get Busted?” (The Communications Lawyer, Volume 35, Number 2, Winter 2020); and “Insurance Coverage for Common Copyright and IP Risks” (Law.com, May 2022).