Lee G. Petro represents broadcasters, telephone companies and wireless service providers before the Federal Communications Commission. He has represented broadcasters and fixed wireless broadband service providers in the issues faced by their transition to digital and to two-way broadband service. Lee also works with clients who need counseling on matters of construction benchmarks, build out, rights of way, tower leasing and siting and implementation of services more generally. He lends his experience to clients seeking to lease their spectrum excess capacity and to transactions designed to accomplish that goal consistent with regulatory requirements. Lee also routinely works on transactional matters for a range of communications clients, including preparation of asset purchase agreements, spectrum leasing arrangements and interference reduction agreements. He also prosecutes trademark applications before the Patent and Trademark Office on behalf of his telecommunications clients, and has represented clients before the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice relating to merger and acquisition issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lee G. Petro