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FCC Releases Draft Item on Streamlining Wireless Infrastructure Deployment

On March 30, 2017, the FCC released a draft of a combined Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) and Notice of Inquiry (“NOI”) (together, the “draft Notice”) designed to facilitate and accelerate the deployment of advanced...more

Wireless Legislation on the Way? [Audio]

In the current divisive political climate, there’s one thing pretty much everyone can agree on – broadband infrastructure deployment is and should remain a high priority for legislators and regulators. In this special edition...more

If Looks Could Kill … Your Wireless Siting Application [Audio]

Many (most?) wireless siting applications that face opposition involve some level of NIMBYism – but you can’t just dismiss the NIMBY naysayers and move on. In this episode, attorneys Leslie Moylan and Dan Reing identify some...more

A Valuable Discussion About Property Values [Audio]

Just about half of all American homes have cut the cord and rely only on wireless phones. Clearly, people see value in living near a cell phone tower. So how should you respond when you face opposition claiming that your...more

What’s the (Radio) Frequency Kenneth? [Audio]

A local authority can’t deny a wireless siting application based on concerns about health effects from RF emissions. But, time and again, the issue of health concerns related to RF emissions comes up during the application...more

1/6/2017

Survival of the Fittest [Audio]

Like Turkey on Thanksgiving, for some things there is just no adequate substitute. When you are siting a wireless facility, you want to show that there is no better substitute (or alternative) to your proposal. We’ve...more

1/6/2017

Mind the Gap: Establishing Need/Gap in Coverage [Audio]

Tune in to Episode 2 of this (free!) podcast series – a must-listen for wireless siting professionals who want to establish best practices for getting their wireless sites approved. Join attorneys Leslie Moylan and Dan Reing...more

Know Before You Go: Federal Standards and Pre-Application Research [Audio]

Tune in to Episode 1 of this (free!) podcast series – a must-listen for wireless siting professionals who want to establish best practices for getting their wireless sites approved. Join attorneys Leslie Moylan and Dan Reing...more

Federal Court: Virginia Municipalities Must Treat Telecommunications Providers The Same As All Other Utilities In The Public Right...

On Monday Aug. 8, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia issued an opinion in Crown Castle v. City of Newport News, holding that Crown Castle proved at trial that the City of Newport News violated...more

The Latest with the FCC's Open Internet Order [Audio]

Attorneys Chris Savage, Peter Karanjia, and Dan Reing discuss the history and rationale of the Open Internet Order and the motivation and implications of the D.C. Circuit Court’s decision. The FCC’s assumption affirms that...more

More Talk on Further OIO Review… And Will the Sixth Circuit Look at How the DC Circuit Ruled on Section 706 to Decide State Law...

It seems likely that one or more Petitioners in the consolidated case USTA v. FCC will seek review, either en banc or in the Supreme Court, of the D.C. Circuit’s decision released on June 14th. (DWT’s detailed advisory is...more

Challenge to FCC Preemption of State Prohibition on Municipal Broadband to be Heard in March

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has set oral argument for 9:00 a.m., Thursday, March 17, 2016 on the appeals brought by the States of Tennessee and North Carolina challenging the FCC’s order striking down provisions of...more

No Harm, Still Foul? Florida Court Approves Data-Breach Class Action Settlement

Data-breach class action suits may have just gained significant traction. On Feb. 28, 2014, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida approved a first of its kind class action data breach settlement that...more

Are You a Target?

As has been widely reported, the popular retail giant Target announced yesterday that it suffered a data breach impacting approximately 40 million credit and debit card accounts used in Target stores across the country...more

NIST Releases Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework: Comments Next and Final Due In February 2014

On October 22, 2013, the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) released its “Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework,” with comments due 45 days after publication in the Federal Register. NIST expects the window...more

Protecting Your Business with Strong Operational Privacy Controls

For decades basic requirements to secure business records have been rooted in various legal silos, from corporate governance to rules of evidence to the discrete privacy rules that govern select technologies. Today, however,...more

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