The article, entitled "From DJ to J.D.: Coe Ramsey masters the art of mixing," describes his work as a radio station and nightclub disc jockey and music producer and how he subsequently turned that passion for music into a law career.
Coe's practice focuses on communications and media law, with a particular emphasis on FCC regulatory, transactional, corporate, and intellectual property (copyright and trademark) matters. He has particular experience in advising radio and television station operators on issues relating to broadcast licensing, digital television, digital radio, FCC ownership rules and policies, station acquisitions, cable and satellite carriage, political advertising, FCC Equal Employment Opportunity rules, and Children's Television Broadcasting. Coe is a frequent speaker before state broadcasters association meetings and related seminars.
Coe's practice also includes entertainment and music law. In addition to representing radio and television stations on music licensing matters, his music and entertainment clients include bands, musicians, singers, songwriters, record companies, music producers, re-mixers, disc jockeys, video disc jockeys, and other artists.