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.

Ms. Park’s transactional experience includes representation of communications companies in mergers and acquisitions, structuring private equity investments and other financing transactions to meet regulatory requirements, and negotiating a variety of communications, technology and content agreements.

In the regulatory arena, Ms. Park assists clients in navigating regulatory policy issues and the procedures of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other government agencies. Ms. Park has represented clients in a wide range of adjudicatory and rulemaking proceedings before the FCC. She has experience advising companies on complex regulatory compliance issues, as well as developing and implementing regulatory strategies. Her expertise includes satellite system licensing; regulation of wireless communications, multi-channel video programming distribution services, and emerging technologies; foreign ownership issues; and defending regulated companies in enforcement proceedings.

Ms. Park is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association.

Bar Qualification

  • District of Columbia

Education

  • JD, George Washington University Law School, 2000
  • BS, Tufts University, 1994
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April 26, 2022Recognition

Latham Honored As 2021 Champion for Children

Firm recognized for fifth consecutive year for efforts to provide funds for legal services to Washington, D.C. children — becoming the most awarded firm in Champions for Children history.