Join The CommLaw Group at Telestrategies Communications Tax Conference in New Orleans!

You are cordially invited to join The CommLaw Group at the 2022 Telestrategies Communications Tax Conference being held in New Orleans from May 4th – 6th!   

CommLaw’s Managing Partner, Jonathan  Marashlian, will moderate the keynote presentation, featuring a panel of Washington, D.C.  telecom attorneys and special guest, Carol Mattey of Mattey Consulting. Carol is the author of the USForward Report, which beckons the FCC to fix the broken USF contribution system by adding broadband revenue into the contribution-eligible base of revenues. The USForward Report is supported by over 350 organizations, including prominent trade groups and broadband providers. 

In addition, CommLaw Partners, Allison Rule and Jackie McHugh, will be presenting on two important topics:

“Garbage In” is “Garbage Out!” — Advanced Issues in Tax Engine Mapping to Ensure Accuracy and Optimization

Selling Your Telecom Company? Going Out of Business? Avoid Unpleasant Surprises and Hidden Costs by Properly Deactivating Your 499 Filer ID with USAC and Tackling Other Wind Down Requirements

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE:   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.  Respond to this Advisory or email Jonathan S. Marashlian at for more information. 


If you are planning to attend the TeleStrategies conference and would like to meet up with our Team, please contact Jonathan S. Marashlian at or reach out to any of the Team members listed below.  In addition to Jonathan Marashlian, Allison Rule and Jackie McHugh, you will have the opportunity to meet and network with Michael Donahue, Jane Wagner and Linda McReynolds, all of whom will be in attendance.

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