Konrad Trope

Konrad Trope (bio, topic) is now speaking at ITEXPO as a lunch keynote this Wednesday. I am really excited to have him here. His topic will be the security risks of VoIP and we are excited to have him as part of our event.


More On Konrad Trope

As the managing shareholder of Novo Law Group, Konrad L. Trope brings 20 years of experience to legal issues involving all aspects of E-Commerce, Cyberspace, Intellectual Property, Technology, Entertainment, and Telecommunications. His national practice covers litigation, transactions, and regulatory counseling for technology and telecommunications corporations.

Mr. Trope has authored over a dozen articles concerning cutting edge
issues in cyberspace, technology, and e-commerce law, which have been
published in various national journals and periodicals.

He currently serves as the chairman of the VoIP Committee of the American Bar Association, International VoIP Task Force of the ABA Cyberspace Committee, investigating regulatory models of VoIP in foreign jurisdictions. He also serves as Chairman of the VoIP Task Force for the California State Bar Cyberspace Committee. Mr. Trope can be reached at ktrope@novolaw.com or at 949-509-6531.

A cum laude graduate of Pomona College, Mr. Trope attended UCLA School of Law where he was an Editorial Staff Member of the UCLA Law
Review. In addition, while at UCLA Law School, Mr. Trope served as the
Senior Articles Editor of the Century City Bar Association Journal, and the Associate Editor of the Beverly Hills Bar Association Journal.

Upon graduation in 1985, Mr. Trope moved to Washington, D.C. to serve
as law clerk to the Honorable H. Robert Mayer* of the United StatesClaims Court. Then Mr. Trope went on to serve as law clerk to the
Honorable Wilson Cowen, Senior Circuit Judge of the

United States Court


of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. (*Judge Mayer is now the Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit).

In 1987, Mr. Trope joined the Washington, D.C. office of Finley, Kumble, Wagner, Heine, Unterberg, Manley & Casey where he worked in the
business, intellectual property and litigation departments. In 1989, he
joined the Washington, D.C. office of Foley & Lardner. In 1991, he moved back to Southern California where he founded Novo Law Group, with offices in Beverly Hills, Irvine, California, New York and Washington, D.C.

  • Lampen
    December 18, 2007 at 3:20 pm

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more.

  • Rasenmäher
    August 26, 2008 at 6:39 am

    Nice article 🙂

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