What do Washington attorneys think will come of this push to reform copyright laws? We asked leading copyright lawyers and lobbyists to tell us about what they expect and what it all might mean for t
...on pending litigation. Attorneys for the Iranian defendants with Washington's Wiltshire & Grannis and Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe could not immediately be reached for...
A unanimous panel found that the structure of the Copyright Royalty Board violates the Constitution's appointments clause because the judges exercise significant rate-making authority without effecti
...Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission, where he hired William Wiltshire and Mark Grannis away from his old firm. In 1998, the...
Snap reactions from those with a front seat at the decision — and the arguments that led up to it
Railing against government regulations is practically a national pastime for businesses except sometimes, regulation has its privileges. That little-acknowledged fact is apparent in a fight be
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... Koger and his attorney, Charles Kimmett of Washington's Wiltshire & Grannis, declined to comment. In his earlier statement responding to Host Hotels...
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