Washington, District Of Columbia 20005
Edwin Lavergne is a Principal in the Washington, D.C., office of Fish & Richardson and responsible for co-managing the firm’s communications and government affairs practice. He provides business, regulatory, transactional, and litigation advice to clients concerning privacy and data security; wireless telecommunications services; spectrum leasing; gambling, lottery and sweepstakes laws; and telemarketing, advertising, and promotion laws. His clients include hotel and gaming companies; telecommunications and wireless security equipment manufacturers; public and private schools, colleges, and universities; and Catholic archdioceses and dioceses.
|Areas of Practice||1) IP Licensing, 2) Regulatory & Government Affairs, 3) Communications and Spectrum Regulation and 4) Commercial Litigation|
|Law School||Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 1980)|
|Education||Ithaca College (M.S.,1977)|
|Most recent firm||Fish & Richardson P. C.|
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