Dedicated to serving clients throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer Rising Star||SuperLawyers||2017|
|Volunteer Lawyer of the Year||Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council||2014|
|Student Leadership Award||Case Western Reserve University||2008|
|Associate||Anstandig, McDyer & Yurcon, P.C.||2009 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Law Association||N/A||2012 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Bar Leadership Institute||2011 - Present|
|Allegheny County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division||Communications Committee Co-Chair||2011 - Present|
|Allegheny County Bar Association, Arts and Law Committee||Co-chair||2011 - 2012|
|The Journal of the Allegheny County Bar Association||Cyberbullying in Pennsylvania: Student’s Free Speech Rights Online||2012|
|Issue: The official Magazine of the Young Lawyers Division of the Pennsylvania Bar Association||SOPA: Felony Convictions for Online Piracy and the Erosion of Free Speech||2012|
|The Journal of the Allegheny County Bar Association||What is Next for Spotify Music Service and the Future of the Music Industry||2011|
|At Issue: The official Magazine of the Young Lawyers Division of the Pennsylvania Bar Association||Don’t Give up the Zip||2011|
|At Issue (PA Bar)||The First Sale Doctrine and Why You Don't Own the Software You Purchase||2010|
|Case Western Reserve University School of Law||Technology and Arts||J.D.||2008|
|Allegheny County Bar Association, Arts and Law Committee||Art Contracts 101||2014|
|New Jersey Romance Writers Conference||Copyright Law For Authors||2013|
|The Stop Online Piracy Act has been a firestorm of controversy since it was introduced||The Stop Online Piracy Act||2012|
|Social Implications of Computing Technology||The Stop Online Piracy Act, Privacy and Freedom of Speech||2012|
|The Artist as Entrepreneur||Legal Considerations for Visual Artists||2011|
|Carnegie Mellon School of Music||Legal Considerations for Musicians||2011|
|Arts and Law CLE Event||Trademark Law||2011|
Posted by anonymous
I've used several attorneys over the years and have never met someone like Lou. He is a strong advocate and zealously fights for his clients. Calls/Emails with any updates or changes in case, and is very proficient and knowledgable in the area of technology, in addition to the law and litigation. I feel extremely lucky to have Lou representing our current case. I would recommend his skills to anyone.
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Kroeck was unable to help me because he is not licensed in Ohio. However, he did send a referral for me to another attorney. Just that much effort to inform me that he could not help, and his effort to refer me to another attorney is greatly appreciated. He could have just ignored me like so many others did, but he took the time. For those he can help, that's the sign of a great attorney.
Posted by Christopher
I hired Lou to represent me in an intellectual property dispute with a former employer. By the time I had hired Lou, I had already been through 2 other lawyers who had failed to deliver on anything but the bill.
I did my research and came across Lou on this (as well as other websites). He was highly rated on all. From my first meeting with him, I knew I had found my lawyer. He was incredibly intelligent, well-spoken, and very quick to pick up on the intricacies of the case (even though it was very technical). Lou was able to take the case from being 100% on the defensive to reaching a settlement that was absolutely fair for all involved (all I was looking for).
Bottom-line: Lou is a great lawyer, MUCH better than either of the two "partners" (at other firms) I had previously engaged. I give him my highest recommendation.
Ryan Very, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I wholeheartedly endorse this lawyer. Mr. Kroeck is a calm, collected attorney and an invaluable asset to the City of Pittsburgh. We worked together at the American Civil Liberties Union, where Mr. Kroeck demonstrates a vigorous commitments to the rights of vulnerable minorities.
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