For over two decades, Judy has served communications-related clients after working... more
For over two decades, Judy has served communications-related clients after working as a professional journalist. Her background is a unique blend of private practice and in-house experience. She has assisted media clients on a variety of content and newsgathering issues and has litigated public records and access cases. During 2006, Judy took off a year from private practice and worked as Gener... view profile
Seann is a Principal Corporate Counsel for T-Mobile USA, Inc. and is a member of the... more
Seann is a Principal Corporate Counsel for T-Mobile USA, Inc. and is a member of the commercial legal team that supports the New Products, Services and Integrated Technologies Group, the Product Distribution and Supply Chain Operations Group and the Business Development Group. He focuses on wireless telecommunications, mobile device development, communications and media, new product and service... view profile
Telecommunications law applies to companies providing network systems for people to transmit information using analog or digital signals. The telecommunications industry includes telephone, radio, television, computer networks, and Internet service providers. Unlike communications/media laws that regulate content, telecommunications law regulates the technology itself, the physical structures such as satellites, and the nature of the transmissions that are sent. For example, a telecommunications attorney will know if a phone company can put a cell phone tower in your neighborhood. A telecommunications lawyer would also handle matters like rate disputes and transmission limitations for a telecommunications business.