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Schlick Leaving Md for FCC

Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler (D) is losing one of the most visible lawyers in his office to the federal government: Austin Schlick, chief of litigation, has been named general counsel at the Federal Communications Commission.

Schlick has argued in court on behalf of the state in several high-profile battles, including a challenge to the validity of the 2007 special legislative session and the bidding process for the state's fledgling slots program.

Before his Maryland tenure, Schlick, a magna cum laude graduate of Princeton University and Yale Law School, served as deputy general counsel and acting general counsel at the FCC.

By John Wagner  |  July 13, 2009; 1:23 PM ET
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