Mace Rosenstein is a partner in the Washington office of Covington and Burling and is chair of the firm’s Communications and Media practice group and a member of the cross-disciplinary New Media working group. Mr. Rosenstein’s practice focuses on media and telecommunications transactions, regulation and compliance, and communications policy. He represents clients on a wide range of strategic matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint operating agreements and similar arrangements, and has assisted in structuring and securing regulatory approvals for major acquisitions of broadcast and telecommunications properties. He advises private equity funds, banks and other investors on federal law and regulation pertaining to foreign ownership and multiple and cross-ownership of media and telecommunications properties. He has assisted clients in effectuating changes in FCC rules in order to facilitate creative business concepts, both through rule waivers and in complex rulemaking proceedings before the FCC and in the federal courts. He also counsels US broadcast networks and television and radio station group owners on regulatory and compliance matters.
Mr. Rosenstein received his JD from the University of Chicago Law School in 1984. He has been honored in The Best Lawyers in America, Communications (2008), and Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers, Telecom, Broadcast & Satellite (2007-2008).