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Elizabeth Park is counsel in the Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Communications Practice. Her practice focuses on representing communications, information technology and media companies in both transactional and regulatory matters. Ms. Park’s clients include providers of satellite communications, wireless and wireline telecommunications, Internet services, multichannel video services, and broadcast television and radio, as well as other non-communications companies that invest in or use telecommunications in their business operations.

Position

Counsel

Career

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United States > Media, technology and telecoms > Telecoms and broadcast: regulatory

Based in Washington DC, the team at Latham & Watkins LLP covers the whole telecoms and broadcast industry, providing counsel on complementary fields such as copyright, privacy, and data security and litigate client matters before courts of all instances and the FCC. A regulatory specialist, practice co-head Matthew Brill also handles transactions and litigation for his clients such as his representation of Viasat in an FCC proceeding seeking authorization for a new low-earth-orbit system. James Barker co-heads the practice alongside Brill, counselling companies on administrative regulation pertaining to current and emerging wireless communications technologies. Matthew Murchison is an expert on communications and appellate matters and currently leads the team in providing comprehensive counsel to Viasat, Inc. on a variety of issues. In an example of cross-sector work, Sarang (Sy) Damle is an expert in copyright law who represents in regulatory matters such as the National Association of Broadcasters in ‘Webcasting V’. Elizabeth R. Park  is a specialist in communications, information technology, and media companies where she represents clients before the FCC and guides them in implementing related policies. The firm recently strengthened its expertise in complementary areas of law with the hire of Antony Kim, a specialist in privacy and cybersecurity, from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in June 2021.