Brinton J. Resto
Brinton is personally invested in his clients’ success and thinks about how he can help his clients remove damaging content from the Internet from the moment he wakes up in the morning. He is a passionate advocate for individuals and businesses that are harmed as a result of someone intentionally abusing the Internet to cause them significant harm. He combines specialized technical knowledge of the Internet, digital investigative techniques and cutting-edge litigation skills to provide cost-effective solutions custom tailored to each client’s specific needs. Brinton works tirelessly to obtain successful results both in and out of the courtroom so that his clients can move on with their lives and forward with their businesses as quickly as possible.
Brinton’s business clients include both large and small organizations, as well as corporate officers, managers and executives who are defamed by customers, competitors or disgruntled former employees. His individual clients range from doctors, educators and social workers to coaches, plastic surgeons, and adult-film stars who need help removing disparaging customer reviews, news articles, copyrighted pornographic material and other embarrassing, private and negative information. In moments of crisis, he vindicates his clients by restoring their businesses, careers, lives and reputations.
Brinton regularly wins judgments and court orders for his clients to completely remove defamatory and other harmful content from thousands of websites and from search engine results, and he has successfully represented clients in cases that have resulted in six-figure settlements. His experience includes conducting depositions, drafting motions, appearing and arguing cases in court, including on appeal, and winning court ordered injunctions, judgments, and other rulings. Brinton also has subpoenaed websites, Internet service providers and multiple other entities to obtain the information needed to identify individuals and organizations responsible for anonymous defamation and other cyberattacks both in the United States and around the world.
When he is not at work, Brinton enjoys exploring the world of wine, seeking out new restaurants, cooking, jogging and playing guitar.