Steve Lederman focuses his practice on communications law matters, including regulatory and transactional issues involving wireless, wireline, broadcast, and cable television providers and public safety agencies. Steve practices before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and has an in-depth understanding of federal and state regulations and FCC decisions impacting communications providers. He provides strategic and legal advice to clients in the communications industry on regulatory and transactional matters. In addition, Steve has experience with communications-related antitrust and litigation matters.
Steve has extensive experience in the areas of wireless communications and public safety communications. He advises clients on FCC licensing matters, spectrum policy, and regulatory compliance. While serving as FCC regulatory counsel to FCC licensees during transactions, Steve conducts due diligence reviews of licenses, advises on securing regulatory approvals, and prepares and files FCC licensing applications, including for assignment of authorizations and transfer of control. He also drafts and reviews language in communications-related contracts, including purchase agreements.
Steve is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Steven F. Lederman