Wiley has promoted Jennifer D. Hindin to co-chair the Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) Practice alongside Kathleen A. Kirby, effective Jan. 1, 2022. Hindin succeeds David A. Gross, who served as the TMT co-chair with Kirby since 2016, and who remains a partner in the practice.
“To keep up with the success and growing client demand, we have been expanding our TMT Practice in our core FCC regulatory practice as well as into complementary areas including appellate litigation, privacy, fintech and national security,” Hindin said. “In doing so, we recruited individuals who have occupied high-level positions at the FCC, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Commerce, as well as on Capitol Hill. Some of our most recent additions include Tom Johnson, Charles McKee, Lyn Brown and Nazak Nikakhtar.”
Hindin joined Wiley as an associate more than 25 years ago. She leads the firm’s Space and Satellite group and is a member of the firm’s executive and management committees. She advises communications and technology companies on regulatory policy, spectrum, licensing and transactional matters. Hindin focuses on space law and represents established and emerging satellite, earth station and international telecommunications providers.
Source: Wiley Rein