Author Archives: Martha Buyer

Telecom Law: For whom are we legislating?

The Elmira Star-Gazette on Aug. 20 ran an editorial, “Law would hurt N.Y.’s ability to stoke innovation,” written by Jim Gerace, president of Verizon’s New York region. I read Gerace’s commentary, which contained a rational and passionate plea to elected ...

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Telecom law’s busy summer

It’s summer and everyone’s supposed to be out enjoying the season, right≠ Not a lot of action in the telecom world, right≠ Wrong! There’s so much going on that I’m sure it was hard to identify just a few key ...

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Rural broadband and the stimulus

One phrase being bandied about with as much frequency and interest as the latest organic weed killer is “rural broadband deployment.” As stimulus money begins to trickle out of Washington, and the opportunities created by that funding grow, there is ...

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