Wireless Legal Seminar for the West

Friday, November 18, 2016 8:30 a.m – 5:15 p.m. PST Davis Wright Tremaine 1201 Third Avenue Suite 2200 Seattle, WA 98101 The wireless world continues to explode as smartphones and 4G become ubiquitous – and devices, apps and other usage climb at exponential rates. This seminar, sponsored by CTIA—the leading organization in the U.S. for the wireless industry—and co-sponsored by Federal Communications Bar Association, addresses the full range of legal and regulatory issues for all participants in the wireless ecosystem: Privacy, Robocalls, and Ongoing Related Jurisdictional Issues Spectrum, Spectrum and More Spectrum: Auctions, Wi-Fi and Related Updates The FCC in the Courts: Never Before Has the FCC Experienced So Much Litigation.... Read More

CPUC Hosts Workshop for New Safety Intervenor

Earlier in 2016, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) received approval from the Legislature to establish its own Office of Safety Advocates (OSA) as an effort to expand the participation of safety related intervenors in relevant CPUC proceedings.  This month, the CPUC is hosting a workshop to: (i) allow stakeholders to brainstorm an effective way to establish the OSA, and (ii) discuss opportunities and challenges surrounding the potential participation of OSA in relevant CPUC proceedings.... Read More

CPUC Cracks Down on Secrecy of Utility Data

For California utilities, ensuring their information stays confidential just got harder. On August 25, 2016, the California Public Utilities Commission issued a decision updating the process for submitting potentially confidential documents to the Commission. The Commission intended for this process to ensure consistency across industries and to expedite Commission review of California Public Records Act requests.... Read More
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