Karen Milne Joins Wilkinson Barker Knauer as Partner in DC Office

WASHINGTON — Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP (WBK) is pleased to announce that Karen Milne is re-joining the firm as a Partner in the Washington, DC, office. Karen returns to WBK after serving as Senior Vice President, US Regulatory, at TelevisaUnivision.

Prior to her role at TelevisaUnivision, Karen worked in private practice in communications and information technology. She regularly represents clients before the FCC on a wide range of regulatory and transactional matters, such as mergers and acquisitions, licensing and compliance, the broadcast incentive auction, foreign ownership, broadcast ownership, and rulemaking proceedings. Karen’s clients have included broadcast and media companies, private equity funds, and other companies in the communications sector.

WBK is thrilled to welcome Karen back to the firm and provide our clients with her extensive experience in the media, telecommunications, wireless and high-technology industries.

“We are so pleased to have Karen rejoin the team from TelevisaUnivision,” said Managing Partner Bryan Tramont. “She is a top-notch communications and media counselor with broad experience in the public policy, legal, and business issues that are driving the industry. Whether working with Karen in private practice or in-house over the years, she has always brought extraordinary skills and judgment in each task and driven strong results.”

“I’m thrilled to be re-joining WBK, a firm known for its excellence in the communications sector,” said Karen Milne. “I am excited to once again have the chance to work with this amazing team of talented attorneys and professionals dedicated to providing high quality client service.”

Karen received her J.D. from the American University Washington College of Law and a B.S. in English from Manhattanville College.

Karen will be located in the firm’s Washington, DC, office and can be reached at 202.383.3410 and KMilne@wbklaw.com. Additional information about Karen can be found here.