Patricia M. Chuh joined the firm in 2006 and she was named a partner in 2009. Ms. Chuh represents broadcast clients on a wide variety of regulatory and transactional matters. She has extensive experience in all aspects of broadcast regulation and policy matters including researching, drafting, and filing pleadings on behalf of broadcast clients in application and rulemaking proceedings before the FCC, assisting clients in connection with FCC auctions, obtaining FCC authorizations to construct new broadcast stations or to modify the facilities of existing stations (e.g., upgrades, changes in communities of license, relocation of transmitter sites), and obtaining renewal authorizations. Ms. Chuh also has experience in all aspects of transactional matters, including the negotiation and drafting of letters of intent and asset/stock purchase agreements for the purchase or sale of broadcast stations, conducting due diligence, preparing and filing applications to obtain FCC consent for transactions, drafting closing documents to consummate transactions, and conducting closings.
While in law school, Ms. Chuh was a member of the Executive Editorial Board of The Catholic University of America’s CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Policy, and was a Teaching Assistant in the Lawyering Skills Program.
Member, Federal Communications Bar Association