Free Recording of The CommLaw Group’s USAC, USF, FCC Compliance Webinar Now Available


If you missed last month’s Webinar detailing the importance of implementing an effective Compliance Risk Management regimen in the post-Network Neutrality world, fear not!

A complete recording of the event is now available (click link below):

USAC, Universal Service Fund and FCC Enforcement: Why Implementing an Effective Compliance Risk Management Program is Essential in the “Post Network Neutrality” World

About the webinar:

Having previously signaled its intent to increase Universal Service Fund (“USF”) disbursements to cover Broadband services to the tune of nearly $2 billion dollars, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) recently extended certain Title II regulations to Broadband services through its Net Neutrality Rules. The FCC confirmed that it will NOT extend Section 254’s USF contribution obligations to Broadband services (at this time). Together, the anticipated expansion of USF funding recipients and the exclusion of Broadband revenue from the contribution base, are certain to ratchet up the pressure on USAC and the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau – to squeeze as much revenue from the current scope of USF contribution-eligible services as possible. This dynamic will set the stage for increased contributor audits and FCC enforcement, putting the FCC’s USF Strike Force to the test and opening the door for the new Enforcement Bureau Chief to reinforce his position as the New Sheriff in Town!

The expert Telecom Lawyers at Marashlian & Donahue, LLC, The CommLaw Group, address these growing areas of concern at the Federal Level in a 1-hour Webinar, hosted by TeleStrategies. These experienced attorneys not only fill you in on FCC developments, they identify practical solutions to help achieve cost effective federal, state and local regulatory and communications tax compliance for service providers of all sizes.

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