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Covington Expands Communications Group With Addition of Yaron Dori


WASHINGTON, DC, June 10, 2008 — Covington & Burling LLP is pleased to announce that Yaron Dori has joined the firm’s communications and media practice group as of counsel. Mr. Dori will be based in Washington.

Mr. Dori practices primarily in the area of communications and privacy law. He has played key roles in structuring and securing regulatory approvals for mergers, asset acquisitions, and similar transactions. Mr. Dori also has represented clients before federal and state regulatory agencies and Congress in connection with a range of policy issues under the Communications Act and related laws, including those involving “net neutrality,” broadband reform, Internet Protocol-enabled services, the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), and the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA).

“We are very excited to welcome Yaron to Covington,” said Mace Rosenstein, chair of the firm’s communications and media practice group. “His expertise in telecommunications and privacy matters complements perfectly our already robust practice in the technology and media fields.”

“Yaron is a key addition to our privacy and data security practice,” said Erin Egan, co-chair of Covington’s privacy and data security group. “His extensive experience advising on privacy issues related to wireline and wireless devices, and his deep knowledge of the telecom and media industries, will prove invaluable to our clients.”

Mr. Dori, a graduate of Brandeis University and Boston College Law School, has practiced in the communications and privacy areas since 1996.

Covington has a long history of providing advice to nearly every sector of the evolving new media marketplace. The firm has recognized experience in privacy and data security, telecommunications, broadcasting, mobile communications technologies, multi-channel video distribution, spectrum utilization, equipment, programming, newsgathering, and the First Amendment. Our experience includes regulatory and compliance issues, legislative advocacy, transactional representation, and appellate litigation.

Covington’s Privacy & Data Security, Media & Entertainment, and Telecom, Broadcast & Satellite (Regulatory) practices were all recognized in the most recent edition of Chambers USA. These practices have also been recognized by Best Lawyers, The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers, Legal Times, and The National Law Journal.

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