Winnik International Telecoms and Internet Forum

Please join us on Friday, May 11, 2012, as we discuss the global telecoms and Internet landscape and current trends in the marketplace. Hogan Lovells is hosting this international telecommunications and internet policy forum in honor of our former partner, Joel Winnik, who practiced international telecom law at the firm until his death earlier this year.

Please join us on Friday, May 11, 2012, as we discuss the global telecoms and Internet landscape and current trends in the marketplace.*

Ambassador Philip Verveer, the United States Coordinator for International Communications & Information Policy, will be providing the keynote address (with an introduction by Vonya McCann, Sprint).

Our topics for discussion include:

  • Current Trends in International Telecom (including discussion on WCIT)
  • International Spectrum: Exploiting the Digital Dividend (including discussion on WRC)
  • International VoIP and Broadband Competition Trends
  • Privacy in Today’s Global Marketplace

Guest panelists include:

  • Decker Anstrom, U.S. Head of Delegation, 2012 World Radio Conference
  • Rebecca Arbogast, Comcast
  • Dean Brenner, Qualcomm
  • Sheba Chacko, BT Global Services
  • Richard Feasey, Vodafone
  • Jamie Hedlund, ICANN
  • Blair Levin, The Aspen Institute
  • Eric Loeb, AT&T
  • Harriet Pearson, IBM Corporation
  • Jackie Ruff, Verizon
  • Tom Sugrue, T-Mobile
  • Troy Tanner, Deputy Chief, International Bureau, FCC
  • Toke Vandervoort, XO Communications
  • Jennifer Warren, Lockheed Martin
  • Rick Whitt, Google
  • Reinhard Wieck, Deutsche Telekom

WHEN:

May 11, 2012
08:30 a.m. to 01:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

WHERE:

Hogan Lovells LLP - Fulbright Center
Columbia Square
555 Thirteenth Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20004

To register, please click HERE.

Or contact Sonya Snyder (+1 202 637 6933; sonya.snyder@hoganlovells.com).

For more information, please click HERE.

*Hogan Lovells is hosting this international telecommunications and internet policy forum in honor of our former partner, Joel Winnik, who practiced international telecom law at the firm until his death earlier this year.

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