Alexander Schneider is an Associate Attorney at The CommLaw Group specializing in regulatory law analysis and compliance. Mr. Schneider’s practice focuses on assisting The CommLaw Group’s wide range of communications clients with compliance with laws and regulations related to the introduction of new products and services, ongoing compliance, and corporate transactions as enforced by the Federal Communications Commission, state public utilities regulators, and other government enforcement agencies. Specific matters include telecommunications regulation, universal service compliance, audits and investigations, information privacy and data protection, corporate transactions and e-commerce. Mr. Schneider is also a regular author of The CommLaw Group’s Client Advisories.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Schneider served as a legal intern in the Office of Commissioner Julie Brill at the Federal Trade Commission, as a law clerk to the United States Senate Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law, as a legal intern at the Center for Democracy and Technology, and as a legal intern in the Office of General Counsel at National Public Radio.
- Draft compliance manual to assist service provider compliance with federal laws.
- Developed forfeiture order compliance plan for wireless telecommunications carrier.
- Prepare state corporate transaction compliance filings and applications.
- Analyze federal Universal Service Fund contribution and reporting obligations.
- Advise client on the regulatory status of new communications service.
- Support litigation through drafting motions and pleadings.
How Could They Know That? Behind the Data that Facilitates Scams Against Vulnerable Americans, 19 Va. J. L. & Tech. 717 (2015).
Mr. Schneider earned his law degree from The George Washington University Law School in 2015, graduating with honors. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Politics from Brandeis University in 2012, graduating summa cum laude.
Mr. Schneider is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,* and he is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
*Practice limited to federal agencies. Practice locally under supervision of principals of the firm.