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Lawler, Metzger, Keeney & Logan, LLC, is a Washington, D.C. law firm specializing in communications law.  Our mission is to create value for our clients by providing strategic and practical advice on the wide range of legal and legislative issues that confront communications companies in a fast-changing regulatory environment.  Our expertise includes all facets of communications:  common carrier, international, satellite, wireless, mass media and cable issues.  The firm also has extensive experience with the regulatory review of telecommunications mergers and acquisitions, as well as with Internet-related legal, business and regulatory issues. 

 

The firm and its lawyers have been nationally recognized in publications such as The Legal Times, The Chambers Global Guide, The Chambers USA Guide, Who’s Who Legal, and The Best Lawyers in America.  In a recent example, the 2008 Edition of The Chambers USA Guide highlighted the firm, noting:

 

This “exceptionally strong” communications boutique offers “a quality that you can normally only find in larger firms.”  What’s more, its size ensures clients benefit from “prolonged, personal attention from the key partners.”  These partners offer a mix of private and public practice experience, meaning they are ideally placed to navigate the framework of the FCC.

 

The 2008 Edition of the Chamber USA Guide also underscored the expertise and savvy of our attorneys:

 

Sources agree that Richard Metzger “is without doubt one of the best telecom lawyers in the world.”  To peers he is “a revered former FCC official,” and can therefore provide clients with “a key insider’s perspective.”  He has recently represented Microsoft, Skype and Yahoo! in the Customer Proprietary Network Information proceeding.  Gina Keeney is one of the telecom Bar’s most seasoned and best-regarded attorneys: “Having been chief of three different bureaus at the FCC she understands better than many others how policy is formed.”  

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