Communications attorney David Oxenford has switched law firms.
Oxenford has joined Washington-based Wilkinson Barker Knaueras a partner and brings his broadcast and digital media practice with him.
In addition to his broadcast practice, Oxenford represents several Internet radio companies before the Copyright Office, the Copyright Royalty Board, and other government agencies. He advises these firms on music royalty issues as well as on other general business and regulatory matters.
He had been with Davis Wright Tremaine and written frequently for its Broadcast Law Blog. He’s also a frequent convention speaker.
Oxenford has chaired several committees of the Federal Communications Bar Association, and sits on the advisory board of the Thomas Jefferson School of Public Policy at the College of William and Mary, where he received a dual degree in government and philosophy.