U.S. Communications Law and Transactions (Winter 2010) White Paper


"U.S. Communications Law and Transactions (Winter 2010)" is a white paper that reviews current U.S. legal, regulatory and transactional issues and their background in:





Broadband, VoIP and the Internet;


Submarine Cable; and

International Telecommunications.

The White Paper discusses current topics arising under the Obama Administration and the Julius Genachowski-led Federal Communications Commission, including Net Neutrality, the National Broadband Plan, Media Ownership Limits, Indecency and Content Restriction, Spectrum Re-banding and CFIUS and ITAR Reform. Also discussed are transactional paradigms and structuring considerations, including tax, accounting, antitrust, communications regulatory, corporate governance and bankruptcy, as they arise in the different communications sub-sectors.

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