Alan’s clients include both customers and providers of technology services, telecommunications services, and wireless services, operators of research and education networks, educational institutions, providers of emerging technologies, colocation providers, foundations, non-profit associations, and equipment manufacturers. Alan also represents professional sports teams, commercial office building owners, hotel owners, and other entities in connection with their receipt of in-building wireless services and in conjunction with rooftop antenna leases.
Alan drafts and negotiates a wide variety of agreements involving, among other things, cloud computing services, software licenses, telecommunications, cable and IP-based services, eTexts, in-building wireless services, Wi-Fi services, antennal licensing, wireless towers, and the provision of dark fiber. Alan represents clients before the FCC on matters concerning universal service, e-rate, pole attachments, public rights-of-way (including Section 253 issues), public safety, digital television, voice over IP, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, wireless and data services, cable services, cable programming, cable encryption, equipment authorization requirements, unlicensed devices, ultra-wide band, regulatory fees, and emerging technologies. Alan also represents clients in front of Congress, NTIA, DOE, DOJ and the FTC.