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COMPTEL Wraps with Comprehensive Regulatory Workshop

COMPTEL will cap off the Fall 2007 Conference & EXPO tomorrow with a morning of workshops designed to update members on the latest in federal policy proceedings. First up are: wireline regulatory issues. Genny Morelli, a partner at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP and frequent COMPTEL panelist, will host the session. Christopher McKee, vice president […]

Danny Adams

THEN: In 1987, Danny Adams was an attorney with Wiley, Rein and Fielding where he was just starting to represent OSPs and competitive long-distance carriers in an industry dominated by AT&T and the Bell companies. He would soon become a regulatory columnist for PHONE+ magazine. NOW:   He is still practicing telecom law in Washington, […]

Kelley Drye & Warren Partners Present Regulatory, Business Panels

For the second consecutive COMPTEL show, experts from Kelley Drye & Warren LLP will lead a series of panels examining new rules and pending regulatory matters that impact IP-based service, alternative last-mile facilities, wireless resale and other significant next-generation business plans. First up, from 8 – 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 22, is the seminar The […]

Kelley Drye Workshop Tackles Regulatory Front

Partners from the law firm Kelley Drye & Warren LLP will host Wednesdays series of regulatory workshops that will examine issues ranging from high-level FCC overviews to in-depth analysis of intercarrier compensation. CompTel/ASCENT attendees interested in a high-level overview should attend the Regulatory Workshop. Speakers from Kelley Drye will share their thoughts on the industry […]

Round Table

Posted: 12/2003 …ON A FEDERAL APPEALS COURT DECISION (BRAND X VS. FCC) RULING THE FCC IMPROPERLY CLASSIFIED CABLE-MODEM TRANSMISSION AS AN INFORMATION SERVICE, WHICH IS SUBJECT TO LESS REGULATION THAN A TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE. Cable modem customers enjoy unfettered access to any content of their choosing on the Internet. Nothing in the Brand X decision alters […]

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