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The Sixteenth Annual Conference on Telecommunications Law

14 April 2011 - 15 April 2011
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST) Seattle

The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) efforts to implement the National Broadband Plan have spawned dozens of proceedings, generated thousands of comments, with thousands more surely to come. The FCC must try to implement its ambitious plan in light of a drastically changed political environment and under the jurisdictional constraints imposed by the Court in the Comcast decision. The markets and technology continue to evolve and strain network providers' and regulators' ability to keep up.

This conference will bring together major players to analyze how markets and technology are changing and how the FCC and states will navigate the challenging landscape created by politics, law, technology, and business realities.

Hogan Lovells' Partner Daniel Brenner will participate in the panel entitled "Net Neutrality: The FCC's 12/21/10 Order, the Comcast/Level 3 Dispute, and the Prospects for Usage-Based Pricing for Internet Access" on Thursday 14 April.

On Friday 15 April Hogan Lovells Partner Michele Farquhar will speak on the panel entitled "Spectrum for Wireless Broadband: How Can We Keep Up with Demand?".

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Washington State Convention Center

14 April 2011 - 15 April 2011
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST)

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