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Covington’s media and entertainment lawyers work closely with the firm’s nationally recognized litigation practice to provide an integrated and efficient approach to litigating matters for our media and communications clients. Because our media lawyers collaborate with top trial and appellate lawyers from our expansive litigation practice, our clients can be assured that their interests are being zealously guarded by lawyers who understand the business and policy implications of any case.

Our media and communications litigation practice reflects the breadth of our communications regulatory and media content expertise, as well as the international reach of our firm.

  • We litigate cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States. In addition, we work closely with the litigation and arbitration counsel in our London and Brussels offices to provide representation in the English courts, in arbitration proceedings globally, and before tribunals such as the European Court of Human Rights, the International Court of Justice, and United Nations special tribunals for war crimes.
  • We have represented the telecommunications industry in a series of groundbreaking cases covering a range of key issues in wireless communications.
  • We have represented technology and Internet companies in a variety of litigation matters, including challenges to agency authority to regulate new technologies.
  • We have litigated First Amendment and libel cases nationwide.
  • We have successfully quashed subpoenas seeking reporters’ testimony.
  • We provide pre-publication content advice to television broadcasters across the United States, enabling our clients to tell the full story while minimizing litigation risk.
  • We have represented advertisers, publishers, and broadcasters in litigation involving commercial speech matters, claims of unfair advertising under the Lanham Act, and trademark claims.