The Bureau of Internet and Technology is part of the Economic Justice Division.
New York, NY - June 19, 2018 - Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood today announced the appointment of Kim Berger as the new Chief of the Bureau of Internet and Technology for the Office of the New York Attorney General. Ms. Berger has nearly three decades of experience in private and public practice – including prosecuting complex financial, computer and intellectual property, and securities fraud crimes.
“We’re so pleased to welcome Kim Berger to our office,” said Attorney General Underwood. “This office has been on the frontlines of protecting consumers from emerging online threats – and that work will continue to grow under Kim’s leadership and deep expertise.”
Internet and Technology Bureau Chief Kim Berger said, “I am honored to accept this appointment from Attorney General Underwood. I look forward to working with the Attorney General and the incredibly talented attorneys in the Bureau of Internet and Technology to serve the citizens of New York.”
Ms. Berger was previously a partner at BraunHagey & Borden and head of the impact litigation and white-collar crime and investigations practice. She has previously served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California; Deputy Chief of the Fraud Section’s Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice; and Deputy Commissioner of Investigations at the NYC Department of Investigation. Ms. Berger also worked for Tesla, Inc. as Managing Counsel; the National Basketball Association as Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer; and Microsoft as the lead attorney on the Digital Integrity Investigative Team in France.
Ms. Berger previously worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in several roles, including Co-Chief of the General Crimes Unit and Co-Chief of the Major Crimes Unit.
Ms. Berger received her B.A. from the State University of New York at Binghamton and J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.
The Bureau of Internet and Technology is part of the Economic Justice Division, which is led by Manisha Sheth.