The wireless market sector is one of the most competitive and high-growth segments of the global communications industry. Our experienced wireless communication law attorneys assist companies with regulatory, litigation, intellectual property, and transactional issues in the wireless market.

The CommLaw Group has represented wireless service providers, Commercial Mobile Radio Services (“CMRS”) providers, cellular and PCS carriers, spectrum licensees, Mobile Virtual Network Operators and Enablers (“MVNOs” and “MVNEs”), wireless broadband, and other WISPs, equipment vendors, content/application vendors, and others.

We help companies acquire spectrum and related assets, navigate mergers and acquisitions, deploy nationwide networks, negotiate facilities access and siting agreements, navigate the complex regulatory and tax environment, respond to day-to-day operational issues, launch new products and services, develop business strategies, and prosecute and defend against lawsuits and audits involving wireless communication law.

The CommLaw Group’s attorneys represent wireless clients before all federal and state regulatory and tax agencies including the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”), the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), state public utility commissions (“PUCs”), attorneys general and state and local tax authorities on a wide range of matters facing wireless providers.

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