You are cordially invited to join The CommLaw Group and The Commpliance Group at the 2017 Telestrategies Communications Tax Conference being held in Miami from May 15th– 17th. Managing Partner, Jonathan Marashlian, will moderate a panel discussion with two members of President Trump’s FCC transition “landing team” to discuss the new administration’s agenda and approach to de-regulating the telecom industry. Details below.
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What to Expect from President Trump’s FCC – Tuesday, May 16th at 8:55-9:45
New administrations typically bring changes in communications policies with them. But without question, the changing of the guard under the Trump administration portends to be unlike any in recent history – leaving most in the telecom industry with no idea about what to expect on a range of issues from Net Neutrality, Universal Service, and Lifeline to the broader issue of corporate tax reform. This panel will feature Mark Jamison and Tricia Paoletta (members of Trump’s FCC transition team) along with panel hosts Brita Strandberg and Jonathan Marashlian, to peer into the crystal ball to identify and discuss key issues that will likely be tackled by the FCC, contrasting the potential changes in policies with those of the prior Commission and discussing the short and long-term impact on the telecom industry.
Mark Jamison — FCC landing team advisor to President Donald Trump; Director and Gunter Professor of the Public Utility Research Center, University of Florida
Tricia Paoletta – FCC landing team advisor to President Donald Trump; Partner, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP
Brita Strandberg — Chair of Audits and Enforcement, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP
Jonathan Marashlian — Managing Partner, The CommLaw Group and CEO of The Commpliance Group