Mark A. Fischer's law practice is focused on solving problems and making deals for... more
Mark A. Fischer's law practice is focused on solving problems and making deals for innovative companies, institutions and individuals. Mr. Fischer's clients are typically in the creative industries such as new media; social networking; music; interactive entertainment; information technology; software; data; music; television; publishing; scientific, technical and medical content; and toys. He ... view profile
Legal counsel to the Telecommunications, Voice over IP (VoIP) / SIP, Cloud... more
Legal counsel to the Telecommunications, Voice over IP (VoIP) / SIP, Cloud Communications and Broadband industries; experienced in virtually all aspects of federal and state communications law and regulation. Serving clients in these industry segments: Cloud Communications and providers of Software as a Service ("SaaS") / Communications as a Software ("CaaS") Traditional wireline teleco... view profile
Although we still litigate, the bulk of our practice is now crisis management and... more
Although we still litigate, the bulk of our practice is now crisis management and representation of investigative journalists. We believe that success means that no one knows about a problem or, if it is already public, that we enlist all of Washington's resources to solve the problem. When we represented Westinghouse we broke the Uranium Cartel which threatened to bankrupt Westinghouse.
Kristen Marquis is an attorney and digital media expert with a background in... more
Kristen Marquis is an attorney and digital media expert with a background in marketing. Through her company, WebPresence, Esq., she works with attorneys to enhance reputations, establish thought leaders, and develop new business through customized social media campaigns, ethically-sound legally blogging, website design, video marketing, online reputation and public relations management. Krist... view profile
Communications and media law regulates the content of mass media broadcasts on radio, television, wire, satellite, cable, and wireless cable. It applies to traditional and new media, advertisers, online networks, film producers, artists, cable operators, satellite communications companies, Internet start-ups, website designers, blogs, and software developers and publishers. If you conduct business online, an attorney specializing in communications law can help ensure that you are in compliance with current broadcast policies and regulations for your industry.