Camillie Landrón advises some of the world's largest companies on a variety of regulatory, appellate, and litigation matters relating to the telecommunications, media, and technology industry.
Camillie provides strategic, legal, and policy advice to clients on a wide range of communications issues, including spectrum policy and licensing, spectrum auctions, compliance with Open Internet regulations, and the offering and regulation of video services.
Camillie is experienced in counseling clients across industry sectors on issues related to consumer privacy and protection and developing compliance strategies that are practical in the context of clients' operations and business goals. In addition, Camillie has experience handling universal service matters, including audits and appeals, as well as matters relating to disabilities access.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Camillie was an associate at another major law firm in Washington, D.C., where she represented telecommunications, media, and technology companies on a variety of FCC and state regulatory commission proceedings and on litigation and alternative dispute resolution matters. She also counseled clients across industry sectors on compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements relating to communication issues and consumer privacy and protection.