Administrative and Court Litigation
Administrative litigation before the FCC often involves very high stakes – for example, the potential for millions of dollars in damages, substantially higher or lower pole attachment rates, major competitive benefits for the complainant or defendant, requirements to carry cable programming, and, in some cases, even loss of spectrum licenses that are at the core of a company’s business.
WBK is regularly involved in these high-stakes adjudicative matters before the FCC and appellate courts. Clients ask WBK to handle for such litigation because of our deep communications policy expertise and our substantial experience and success litigating such cases before the Enforcement Bureau, Administrative Law Judges, and others, as well as negotiating favorable settlements when appropriate.
WBK’s substantial FCC policy expertise and litigation experience also makes us an attractive choice to handle FCC-related appellate litigation. WBK has represented clients acting as petitioners, intervenors, and amici in appeals running the gamut of communications law. We have filed appellate briefs and argued cases involving both FCC policy and rulemaking decisions and FCC administrative litigation.
- Telecommunications and Media
- Administrative and Court Litigation
- Broadband and IP-Enabled Services
- Broadcast – Radio and Television
- Communications Transactions
- Digital Media
- Equipment Marketing, Labeling and Pre-Authorization Operation
- FCC Enforcement
- FTC, Advertising and Consumer Protection
- International and Satellite Communications
- State Regulation
- Tower Siting and Infrastructure
- Video Distribution Regulation
- Wired Communications
- Wireless Communications and Spectrum Policy
- Privacy and Cybersecurity
- Transportation and Emerging Technologies
- Intellectual Property
- Enforcement and Investigations