Mr. Stern provides legal and strategic counsel on regulatory, policy and commercial matters to telecommunications, information technology and media firms, including network operators, programmers, and technology companies, in the United States and globally. He represents clients before the Administration, Congress, and federal agencies, including the FCC, U.S. Departments of Justice, Commerce, Transportation, and Homeland Security, FTC, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and CFIUS. He also develops and executes regulatory and legislative strategies, including through trade associations and the formation and implementation of industry coalitions, and engages in associated advocacy.
Mr. Stern handles compliance, enforcement and policy matters across sectors and issues, including licensing requirements and regulatory classification. His recent work has involved Open Internet/broadband issues, spectrum matters and transactions, FCC Enforcement Bureau proceedings, TCPA/telemarketing, CPNI/privacy, universal service, telecom reporting, emergency calling, unmanned aircraft, connected vehicle/Internet of things, and distracted driving matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Martin L. Stern