Hogan Lovells assists clients across the spectrum of business and legal issues. Building on the foundations of our previous success as two firms, Hogan & Hartson and Lovells, Hogan...21 April 2011
Trey Hanbury, Partner (Washington, D.C.)
Trey Hanbury is a partner in Hogan Lovells' Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Technology, Media and Telecoms practice. He has extensive experience working for the private and public sectors on a variety of communications policy issues, including wireless, spectrum, satellite and international telecom matters.
Trey came to Hogan Lovells from Sprint Nextel, where he served as Director of Government Affairs. In this position, Trey acted as regulatory counsel in major rulemaking proceedings, mergers and acquisitions, and cases before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Telecommunications and Information Administration of the Department of Commerce, the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security, Congress, and federal courts.
Prior to working for Sprint Nextel, Trey held various policy-making positions at the FCC, including working on numerous satellite and international telecom matters in the International Bureau. He also served as Special Counsel in the Office of General Counsel, where he was responsible for providing policy and legal advice to the Office of Chairman on wireless issues.
Trey previously served as Co-Chair of the Federal Communications Bar Association's FCC Wireless Practice Committee. He also frequently lectures on complex communications policy issues and industry trends.
Mark Brennan practices primarily in the area of telecommunications law, with a focus on wireless communications and broadband services. He represents clients before the Federal...21 April 2011
Michele Farquhar is Practice Area Leader of Hogan Lovells' communications group. She focuses her practice on commercial and private wireless and mass media regulation, strategic planning on ...21 April 2011