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FCC's New "Shot Clock" Ruling
Implications for industry and local governments



December 11, 2009
Call in from Anywhere!
TeleBriefing starts at 11:00 am Pacific, 12:00 pm Mountain, 1:00 pm Central, & 2:00 pm Eastern

Who Should Dial In

Attorneys, industry executives, regulatory and political officials involved with wireless and mobile communications services

Why You Should Dial In

On November 18, 2009, the FCC unanimously adopted a Declaratory Ruling on CTIA's "Shot Clock Petition," in which the Commission set important policy and legal measures designed to help speed the deployment of wireless networks. Granting CTIA's request, the Commission has established deadlines for state and local zoning authorities to act on applications for siting of wireless communications facilities, and has declared that local authorities may not deny a siting application based on coverage in the area by another provider.

In this one-hour TeleBriefing, our distinguished panel of experts representing both industry and local government perspectives will address the implications of this important ruling, including new compliance requirements. Dial in to hear about its considerable effects on the telecommunications industry and on local governments.

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Agenda

Friday, December 11, 2009

11:00 am

FCC's New "Shot Clock" Ruling

Introduction & Overview; Industry Lawyer's Perspective

T. Scott Thompson, Esq., Moderator
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP / Washington, DC

Municipal Perspective

Nicholas P. Miller, Esq.
Miller & Van Eaton PLLC / Washington, DC

Industry Perspective

John L. Zembruski, Esq.
T-Mobile USA, Inc. / Bellevue, WA

 
12:00 pm

Q & A (for up to 30 minutes)

 


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Continuing Education Credits

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Our Distinguished Panel

T. Scott Thompson is a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, where he advises, lobbies, negotiates, and litigates on behalf of companies in the wireless and telecommunications industries, including recently representing clients in the FCC's Wireless Shot Clock proceeding. In addition, he has successfully litigated numerous cases to protect the rights of communications providers to deploy their networks and facilities.

Nicholas P. Miller is a well-known expert in the law and policy governing telephone regulation and in the legislative aspects of communications law. He served as the U. S. Senate Communications Counsel and as a special consultant to the White House on telephone deregulation issues. He represents local governments, airports, and national local government associations in cable television and telecommunications matters.

John L. Zembruski is Corporate Counsel with the Network Land Use & Litigation Team at T-Mobile USA, Inc. Mr. Zembruski supports T-Mobile's development teams on land use matters throughout the Northeast and Central Regions of the United States. This includes all active land use litigation matters.