Specialized communications law firm, Marashlian & Donahue, LLC, The CommLaw Group, is very excited to announce the recent expansion and enhancement of its Communications Media Law practice through the hiring of seasoned broadcast and media law attorney, Nathaniel (“Nate”) J. Hardy. Mr. Hardy’s practice encompasses a wide range of regulatory, public policy and transactional matters for communications and media clients, including television and radio broadcasters, programming providers, and wireless telecommunications and satellite service providers. Mr. Hardy gained his experience with the telecommunications focused firms of Irwin, Campbell & Tannenwald, P.C., as an associate, and most recently at Wood, Martin & Hardy, P.C., as Of Counsel.
“Nate’s hiring marks yet another turning point in our firm’s rich history of bringing effective, affordable legal services to the communications industry,” exclaimed Jonathan S. Marashlian, Managing Partner of The CommLaw Group. Marashlian continued, “Broadcasters and other clients catering to the mass media will now enjoy the same outstanding opportunities, experiences and benefits of working with our unique professional services organization, that our telecommunications clientele have come to expect. Nate solidifies The CommLaw Group’s position as the one place companies operating in any segment of the Communications Industry can now turn to satisfy virtually every legal and regulatory compliance need.”
The CommLaw Group represents all of the players on the modern media stage, including major market broadcast radio and television broadcast stations; educational and religious noncommercial broadcasters; low power television stations; low power FM radio stations; digital content providers; streaming media providers; multichannel video programming distributors, including cable, satellite and Internet based distributors; broadband data and video service providers; print publishers; artists and other content creators; film producers; record labels; Internet service providers; consumer and network equipment manufacturers; and software manufacturers. Our clients range from small, family owned enterprises to established public media companies to entrepreneurs just starting new ventures.
The CommLaw Group’s media practice encompasses all of the possible concerns media companies could have, including understanding and complying with Federal, State and international regulation; development of communications policy; negotiating complex transactional matters; protecting intellectual property matters, including copyrights, trademarks and patents; and entertainment industry legal matters.