The Prepaid Press Expo – Free Exhibit Hall Pass


Our firm will be exhibiting in Booth 306 at The Prepaid Press Expo, being held at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, NV between August 19-21 (Exhibit Floor opens August 20th).   As a courtesy to clients in the prepaid communications services industry, we are extending this invitation to meet with firm representatives at our booth.

If you do not presently have passes, we invite you to take advantage of the free Exhibit Hall Passes that have been made available to our firm by the show sponsors.  Our firm has up to 25 such passes and we are making them available to clients on a first come, first served basis.  Therefore, to take advantage of this offer please follow the instructions on the attachment.

We look forward to seeing and meeting with as many clients as possible.  If you are unable to stop by our booth, then please be sure to attend the Day 1 Conference Session on Regulatory & Legal Issues, where firm partner, Jonathan Marashlian, will be participating in a panel discussion regarding relevant and topical issues currently facing the prepaid communications industry.

The Future of Regulation, Taxes and Litigation in Prepaid Calling
Now, more than ever, regulations, taxes and litigation are shaping the prepaid calling environment. It seems that whatever lawmakers and federal regulators leave alone, high profile and expensive lawsuits are impacting. Federal programs like DAC, USF and other federal programs, coupled with lawsuits by competitors have increased the cost, and risk, of doing business in prepaid calling. Who are the players and what role do they play in the prepaid business? How have these developments affected the competitive landscape? What are the biggest risks you face and how do you plan so as to minimize their potential for disrupting your business?  This session will look at all the legal and regulatory issues that could impact a prepaid calling business.

For more details on the Expo… please visit

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