David Wittenstein co-heads the Firm's Media & Information Technology practice, which he founded in 1995. David handles copyright, trademark and related issues for clients in a broad range of industries, with a specialization in the media, telecommunications, technology and education industries. He advises cable television, broadcast and other communications industry clients on network affiliation, syndicated programming and licensing agreements, retransmission consent, and copyright issues as well as a wide range of regulatory, legislative, and policy issues before the FCC and other regulatory bodies.
In addition to serving as frequent speaker on communications, media, and intellectual property issues, David serves on the Board of Directors for the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, and was an Adjunct Professor at Howard Law School for three years, teaching the law school's copyright and trademark course.
David is an avid runner. He also enjoys hiking and spending time with his family. At left, David and his kids during a hike in the Tetons.