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It’s hard to imagine a more dynamic practice area over the past several years than communications law. From cell phones to the Internet, commercial satellites to digital television, these leading lawyers have been on the front lines of revolutionary technology. At the same time, they’ve had to navigate a shifting landscape of client mergers, competition rules, and converging telecom services. New technologies are also sparking new First Amendment issues, even as old-fashioned libel and obscenity cases arise time and again. These 10 top D.C. lawyers run the gamut from experts on the finest points of Federal Communications Commission rules to big-picture, free-speech advocates. Most have served a stint in government, gaining valuable perspective on the inner workings of the FCC. All excel at offering sage advice to their clients as they deal with the agency, whether in rulemaking, merger reviews, or court challenges. But their satisfied clients — among them the biggest telecom and high-tech companies in the world — agree that these lawyers also offer something more: a deep-rooted understanding of their business and the ability to help them plot a course for the future.
Jonathan Blake
Jonathan BlakeJonathan Blake of Covington & Burling. Robert Corn-Revere
Robert Corn-RevereRobert Corn-Revere of Davis Wright Tremaine. Gary Epstein
Gary EpsteinGary Epstein of Latham & Watkins. Scott Blake Harris
Scott Blake HarrisScott Blake Harris of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis. Michael Kellogg
Michael KelloggMichael Kellogg of Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel. A. Richard Metzger Jr.
A. Richard Metzger Jr.A. Richard Metzger Jr. of Lawler, Metzger, Milkman & Keeney. Bruce Sanford
Bruce SanfordBruce Sanford of Baker & Hostetler. Cheryl Tritt
Cheryl TrittCheryl Tritt of Morrison & Foerster. Philip Verveer
Philip VerveerPhilip Verveer of Willkie Farr & Gallagher. Richard Wiley
Richard WileyRichard Wiley of Wiley Rein.

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