Our interdisciplinary Communications, Technology and Media team is comprised of lawyers with extensive experience in telecommunications, broadband, cable, broadcast, spectrum matters, program distribution, tower and facilities deployment, and all facets of the Internet and the broadband-enabled, Internet-of-things technologies that drive our connected economy. Our team also includes experienced telecommunications litigators adept at translating complex technologies and regulations to juries, judges, and arbitrators.
As former chief legal officers of sector companies, and former lawyers for the FCC, the US Department of Justice, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, and the White House, we have been at the forefront of the convergence of technology and communications and the explosive growth in the sector, providing a full range of services to clients across the communications, media and technology landscape.
Our team possesses a depth of experience litigating telecommunications disputes in federal and state courts and before regulatory agencies, including cases brought by competitive entrants against incumbents for unjust and unreasonable practices that adversely affect competition. In addition, the firm serves as litigation counsel to U.S. telecommunications investors in an arbitration brought against a foreign government pursuant to a free trade agreement.
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