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In today’s rapidly evolving information society, matters pertaining to wireless and wired communications present tremendous business opportunities as well as substantial risk. As the regulatory environment continues to grow more complex, organizations need the tools and resources to address new and existing rules. As the demand for data consumption increases, carriers need to focus on providing their services more effectively and efficiently. Virtually every industry is impacted by the warp-speed evolution of the telecommunications sector. We have attorneys who specialize in providing legal services related to the myriad of challenges and opportunities that exist in the dynamic telecommunications sector, such as:

  • Zoning, land use and other state and local requirements
  • Acquisition of real estate and construction of communications facilities
  • Placement of towers and equipment, including representation of neutral host providers and wireless service providers and/or property owners
  • Use of public and private rights of way
  • Site and equipment leases and licenses, including drafting, negotiation and review of same
  • Contracts, including drafting, negotiation and review, including service contracts
  • Privacy and data security challenges, requirements and best practices
  • Intellectual property issues, including non-compete agreements, internet domain names and technology protection
  • Payment systems
  • Labor and employment issues
  • Premises liability issues
  • Civil litigation in all phases of cellular communications operations

Dawda Mann’s telecommunications lawyers have experience working in-house at cell tower and wireless service provider companies and as outside counsel for such companies. This insider experience has afforded us a unique insight into our clients’ needs with an eye to pragmatic solutions. Our clients include wireless service providers, property owners, equipment suppliers, utilities, and various businesses and other entities requiring legal support for both transactional and litigation matters related to telecommunications.