Hannah Wigger is an associate in the Business Trial Practice Group in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office.
Areas of Practice
Hannah represents clients in complex business litigation and technical regulatory matters across the United States. She has experience representing companies in suits involving cable operators and other broadband providers in disputes related to access to rights-of-way, infrastructure deployment, pole attachments, and a host of related topics. She advises foreign and domestic clients on international telecommunications issues such as satellite orbital slot licensing and submissions to the FCC. Hannah also represents businesses in suits involving contract and tort claims, including claims of trade secret violations, unfair competition, violation of consumer protection statutes, and civil conspiracy.
Hannah is dedicated to pro bono representations. Currently she represents clients seeking asylum in the United States. She also represents an environmental organization in a federal court action arising under the Endangered Species Act.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Hannah J. Wigger