The convergence of traditional voice, data, and video services through various networks presents major legal and policy issues. The affected areas include cable television, radio and television broadcasting, content providers, internet access and service, and other communications-related product and service groups.

The firm provides representation of clients in establishing new channels and/or networks, works closely with licensees to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and participates in the negotiation of purchases and sales, employment and noncompetition agreements. Our lawyers also counsel on legal and regulatory changes affecting broadcast clients and provide representation in numerous rulemaking proceedings.

The firm represents entertainment industry clients involved in the creation, acquisition and dissemination of television programming, including digital programming services. We also represent, in a variety of matters, movie studios and production companies, radio and television, production and distribution of motion pictures, record labels and music publishing companies. We work with cable company clients in reviewing the affiliation agreements pursuant to which such clients acquire programming from the producers of various types of programming. We also advise on matters pertaining to rights, ownership, and potential claims and liabilities. We represent plaintiffs, defendants and other interested parties in copyright, trademark, unfair competition, trade secret, licensing, misappropriation and related judicial and administrative trials and appeals.

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