Scott Flick is a partner in the law firm’s Communications practice and is located in the Washington, DC office. He focuses on legal matters impacting mass media, programming, telecommunications, and technology companies, as well as non-communications companies faced with issues in the communications and entertainment fields. He represents broadcast stations, media companies, and networks before the federal government and assists them on transactional, regulatory, business, litigation, policy and technology matters. His practice addresses issues involving broadcast, cable and satellite television; radio; Internet; media technologies; advertising; program production and distribution; program rights; and related intellectual property issues. He litigates communications-related matters, and obtains changes in federal law and policy on behalf of clients. He has successfully litigated numerous precedent-setting cases, including matters related to cable program retransmission and toll free number transfers. He has also worked with municipalities and public utilities seeking to build and operate broadband video and data distribution systems, structuring such ventures to operate in the current regulatory framework.