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Zenas J. Choi

Northern Virginia

Zenas J. Choi

Having previously worked as in-house counsel at one of the world's most recognizable Internet service providers, Zenas Choi tackles complex legal issues from unique perspectives to help drive practical business solutions for his clients.

Zenas is deeply involved with telecom, satellite, information technology, e-commerce, and new media issues and often works with cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing, unified communications, connected cars, wireless and data networking, wearable technologies, and the Internet of Things.

Zenas works with clients on a variety of licensing, outsourcing, technology development, collaboration, joint venture, supply/distribution, procurement, hosting, IP peering, interconnection, and other technology and commercial transactions. Given his diverse practice, Zenas has helped both providers and consumers of technology across many industry sectors including telecom, education, luxury goods, manufacturing, real estate, hospitality, financial institutions, consulting/professional services, sports, and media and entertainment.

Education and admissions


  • J.D., Boston University School of Law, 1998
  • B.S., Engineering, Northeastern University, 1994


  • Member, Computer and Telecommunications Law Section, District of Columbia Bar
  • Member, Federal Communications Bar Association
  • Member, Intellectual Property Law Section, Virginia Bar
  • Member, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia


BTI Client Service All-Star

BTI Consulting Group


Media, Technology, and Telecoms - Technology: Transactions

Legal 500 US


Media, Technology, and Telecoms - Telecoms and Broadcast: Transactional

Legal 500 US

2009, 2011

Media, Technology, and Telecoms - Telecoms and Broadcast: Regulatory

Legal 500 US

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