Hannah Wigger is an associate in the Business Trial Practice Group in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office.
Areas of Practice
Hannah represents clients in complex business litigation and technical regulatory matters across the U.S. and in international arbitrations. She has experience litigating claims involving breach of contract, breach of CFIUS obligations, intellectual property rights, civil conspiracy, and various torts.
Hannah also advises cable operators and other broadband providers in disputes related to access to rights-of-way, infrastructure deployment, pole attachments and a host of related topics. She advises foreign and domestic clients on international telecommunications issues such as satellite orbital slot licensing and submissions to the FCC.
Hannah is dedicated to representing and working with her pro bono clients. She represents clients seeking asylum in the U.S. She also represents an environmental organization in federal court actions arising under the Endangered Species Act.
Bob Gerber Pro Bono Award, Sheppard Mullin, 2020
Washington, D.C. Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2020
Trade Secrets Law Blog Posts
- "What’s the Value? California Court Applies Patent Royalties Test To Trade Secret Claim," June 1, 2020
FCC Law Blog Posts
- "Captain’s Blog: Fly Me To The Moon," October 14, 2021
- "FCC Assessing State of Competitive Broadband Access to Multitenant Buildings," September 23, 2019
- "Once Bitten, Twice Shy: FCC Revisits Its Telemarketing Regulations In Light Of The DC Circuit’s Decision Striking Down Core Requirements," June 1, 2018
- Bloomberg Law: Environment & Energy, 06.17.2021
- Reuters, 06.17.2021