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Webinar summary: Artificial Intelligence – Getting to grips with basics and legal implications LimeGreen IP News

Jason Lohr (San Francisco) held the first in a series of internal webinars on the basics and legal implications of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, highlighting their...

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Focused on 5G: Wireless telecommunications bureau chief Don Stockdale delivers keynote address on top issues before the FCC

In his keynote address at the 6th Annual Winnik Forum, Don Stockdale, the FCC’s new Wireless Bureau Chief, described the primary issues he faces as promoting innovation, making more...

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Companies today need to routinely assess their wireless network connectivity options related to their products and overall operations

In this hoganlovells.com interview, Hogan Lovells partner Trey Hanbury talks about the need for wireless carriers to broaden their offerings to meet the demands of an increasing number of...

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How Spectrum and Spectrum Policy Drive the Connected Car and Autonomous Vehicles

Ari Fitzgerald is a partner at Hogan Lovells. He provides strategic, legal, and policy advice on a wide range of communications and spectrum policy issues to some of the world's largest and ...

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United States Rulemaking for Incentive Auction of Broadcaster Spectrum Hogan Lovells Focus on Regulation

Washington associate AJ Burton co-authored "United States Rulemaking for Incentive Auction of Broadcaster Spectrum" in the Hogan Lovells Focus on Regulation blog.

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NTIA Releases Report on Opening the 1755-1850 MHz Band for Commercial Use International Spectrum Review Blog

Washington associate AJ Burton authored "NTIA Releases Report on Opening the 1755-1850 MHz Band for Commercial Use" in Hogan Lovells International Spectrum Review Blog.

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Impact of the amended EU regulatory framework on spectrum and mobile issues Communications Law Newsletter

On 18 December 2009, the European Union (EU) published amendments to the electronic communications regulatory framework in three parts. These changes (collectively, the ‘2009 amendments’) ...

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Efficient Use of Satellite Orbits and Frequencies Via Satellite

The Radiocommunication Bureau of the International Telecommunication Union plans to hold a one-day workshope on May 6 in Geneva, on the efficient use of spectrum and orbit resources.

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