Communications and IT Presentation: Evolving Federal Communications Policies


This presentation, Evolving Federal Communications Policies -Recent FCC Decisions and Policy Initiatives Affecting Local Government and What to Expect from the FCC in the Coming Year Regarding Broadband Services Provided by Wireline Telecommunications Carriers and Cable Operators, was authored by Chérie R. Kiser for Law Seminars International Local Broadband Regulation & Deployment Conference held in Tampa, Florida, February 22, 2007.

Chérie is the Managing Member for the Washington, DC office, a member of the Policy Committee, Chair of the Diversity Committee, and Chair of the Communications Section for the firm. She devotes her practice to telecommunications law and Internet-related transactions, representing a wide range of clients, including competitive local exchange carriers, integrated communications providers, Internet service providers, voice over Internet protocol service providers, applications service providers, satellite carriers, wireless carriers, trade associations, and large users of telecommunications and Information services.

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