Jeffrey Scott Shapiro is a former Washington, D.C. prosecutor and investigative journalist who is licensed in California, the District of Columbia and Florida. His practice is a hybrid of practicing criminal law, conducting complex investigations ...
Practice areas & skills: Communications & Media, Criminal Defense, Civil Rights
Norman Elliott Kent, a graduate of Hofstra University, who first joined NORML as a college senior in 1971, is now a publisher and criminal defense attorney based in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, handling First Amendment, constitutional rights, and media ...
Practice areas & skills: Communications & Media, Constitutional, Criminal Defense
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Practice areas & skills: Communications & Media, Litigation, Consumer Protection, Contracts & Agreements, Intellectual Property
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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.