Join The CommLaw Group at Telestrategies Communications Tax Conference in Nashville!

You are cordially invited to join The CommLaw Group at the 2021 Telestrategies Communications Tax Conference being held in Nashville from October 11th– 13th!   

CommLaw’s Managing Partner, Jonathan  Marashlian, will deliver the keynote presentation alongside fellow Washington, D.C.  telecom attorneys, Brita Strandberg and Steve Augustino.  Details below.  

In addition, CommLaw Partners, Allison Rule and Jackie Neff, will deliver a presentation on USAC Audit processes, including best practices to avoid audits or survive them without material exposures.  

Clients and other friends of the firm are invited to take advantage of a variety of special discounts.  If you are interested in attending and would like a discount code prior to registration, please respond to this message.  Available discounts will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Future of Telecom Policy & Regulation: How COVID Changes Everything

In addition to everyone’s personal lives, the COVID-19 pandemic is making a profound impact on the communications and tech industries – promising to change and challenge regulatory constructs on everything from video conferencing and collaboration, the integration of “non-traditional” A2P services, the next generation of VoIP services, social media, cloud and 5G.  This panel of top attorneys will set the stage for how COVID has changed universal service, how to pay for it and the regulation of advanced communications services.  Our panel will update you on the views at the FCC, in Congress and with the Administration, highlighting the future of COVID programs like the EBB, ECF and Telehealth Fund, the status of USF reform proposals and the impact of FCC leadership changes on broadband and “Big Tech” regulation.  Finally, as we move beyond the pandemic, the panel will look at COVID’s lasting impact on our industry.

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