Elizabeth Park advises communications, information technology, and media companies in highly technical transactional and regulatory matters.

Ms. Park combines her sophisticated understanding of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector (Team Telecom) processes with commercial pragmatism to advise on matters involving:

  • Foreign ownership issues
  • Satellite communications
  • Wireless and wireline telecommunications
  • Internet services
  • Multichannel video services
  • Broadcast television and radio
  • Non-communications companies’ investment in or use of telecommunications in their business operations
  • Device manufacturers and technology developers

She helps clients secure transaction approvals in mergers and acquisitions, structure private equity investments and other financing transactions to meet regulatory requirements, and negotiate a variety of technology and content agreements.

In the regulatory arena, Ms. Park guides clients on regulatory policy issues and FCC and other government agency procedures. She has represented clients in a wide range of adjudicatory and rulemaking proceedings before the FCC.

A recognized leader in her field, Ms. Park is Co-Chair of the Federal Communications Bar Association’s Transactional Committee and regularly speaks on communications regulatory issues at industry events. She has also served on the firm’s Legal Professional and Paralegal Committee.

Ms. Park serves on the Children’s Law Center’s Advisory Board.

Ms. Park’s experience includes advising:


  • Ka’ena Corporation, parent of mobile service providers Mint Mobile, Ultra Mobile, and Plum, in its US$1.3 billion sale to T-Mobile
  • Viasat in successfully obtaining FCC and Team Telecom approval for its US$7.3 billion acquisition of Inmarsat
  • Basalt Infrastructure Partners on the fourth flagship Basalt fund’s acquisition of Fatbeam, a leading broadband service provider in the western United States
  • LogMeIn on its acquisition by affiliates of Francisco Partners and Evergreen Coast Capital
  • Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets on purchasing regional fiber networks
  • Searchlight Capital Partners on portfolio asset Gato Investments’ take-private of Hemisphere Media Group, a pure-play US media company targeting the US Hispanic and Latin American markets with broadcast, cable television, and digital content platforms


  • Satellite service providers in FCC licensing and rulemaking proceedings to authorize mobile applications in the Fixed Satellite Service
  • Telecommunications carriers and other participants in Universal Service Fund high-cost (CAF II, RDOF), E-rate, and Rural Health Care program with ongoing compliance and in appeals of Universal Service Administrative Company rulings
  • Wireless telecommunications carriers and associations representing wireless providers in FCC rulemaking proceedings relating to spectrum auctions and spectrum allocations
  • Wireless communications users in proceedings before the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau
  • Equipment manufacturers and technology developers in experimental licensing and equipment authorization compliance requirements

Bar Qualification

  • District of Columbia


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

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.