MARC KORMAN is an associate in the Litigation practice in the Washington, D.C. office.
Mr. Korman practices before the FCC and Federal and state courts in the media, common carrier, international and wireless fields. He represents broadcast television and radio stations, wireless operators and other telecommunications companies, equipment manufacturers and lending institutions regarding FCC regulations and related communications law issues.
Mr. Korman’s communications practice includes preparation and filing of applications comments, and other requests before the FCC, as well as litigation, counseling clients and corporate and transactional matters. He represents media and telecommunications companies in structuring transactions, in prosecuting applications for FCC authorizations, and in litigation matters before the FCC and courts. He prepares and files comments on behalf of communications companies in rulemaking proceedings, advises lending and investment institutions regarding the impact of FCC regulations, and counsels equipment manufacturers on the lawfulness of manufacture and sale of devices utilizing radio frequency.
Mr. Korman also litigates transportation matters before the Surface Transportation Board (STB). He has represented Class I railroads in multiple rate reasonableness cases before the STB, including Stand Alone Cost cases challenging the reasonableness of rail rates for shipments of coal and chemicals. He also represents railroads in STB rulemakings.
Mr. Korman has served in the Maryland House of Delegates since 2015 and currently chairs the Transportation & Environment Subcommittee on Appropriations. Prior to joining the firm, he worked as both a senior policy advisor and legislative director to two congressmen. His work included advising a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Admissions & Certifications
- District of Columbia
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, J.D., 2010 (magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Public Service Award recipient)
- Johns Hopkins University, M.A., 2007 (Harold Seidman Thesis Award recipient)
- University of Southern California, B.A., 2002 (Phi Alpha Theta)