Kurt focuses his practice on telecommunications and public utilities law, advising clients on general corporate and administrative issues, regulatory compliance, transactions, privacy obligations, and intellectual property matters. He is also an experienced litigator, and routinely represents clients in state and federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies and public utility commissions.
Knowing that public utilities operate inside a highly-regulated and specialized environment, Kurt is adept at tailoring his approach to fit each client’s distinctive needs. He has represented a variety of clients in this space, including both wireline and wireless telecommunications companies, Internet service providers, cable companies, electric companies, and natural gas companies. He has a thorough understanding of the unique culture and laws within each industry, which enables him to provide efficient and effective counsel to clients when issues arise with regulators, other utilities, residential and industrial customers, or municipalities. He has also assisted industrial clients in the negotiation of transactions with utilities.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kurt R. Hunt