Robert B Kelly > Squire Patton Boggs > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Squire Patton Boggs
2550 M STREET, N.W.
WASHINGTON DC 20037
United States

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United States > Media, technology and telecoms > Telecoms and broadcast: regulatory

Squire Patton Boggs is praised by clients for its ‘deep bench‘ as well as its regulatory experience and cross-border capabilities. Wireless spectrum expert Mark Dever advises Northstar wireless on its negotiations to secure bidding credits from the FCC, following on from litigation related to the AWS-3 auction.  Practice head Robert Kelly is notable for his ability to ‘maximize efficiency and provide the greatest value to clients‘, as well as his strong track record with clients in the intelligent vehicles industry, representing the Intelligent Transportation Society of America before the FCC on regulatory matters, particularly regarding the proposals to allow unlicensed devices to operate in the 5.9GHz band. Eduardo Guzmán focuses on regulatory and dispute resolution work in Latin America, as well as practicing domestically. Guzmán handles various matters for key client Puerto Rico Telephone Company in the wake of infrastructure damage caused by Hurricane Maria, including disputes with PREPANet, a subsidiary of state energy company PREPA. Another key client for the firm is the 800MHz Transition Administrator, for which Kelly acts as general counsel in its reconfiguration of the 800MHz spectrum band. Other key names at the practice include Joseph Markoski, an ‘excellent‘ specialist in mediation and alternative dispute resolution, and Robert Stup, who focuses on regulatory compliance, particularly concerning the Universal Service Fund and various spectrum issues; Stup is recommended by clients for his pragmatic advice.