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The CommLaw Group believes that an “informed” client is the very best client. Knowledge is power – the power to predict regulatory trends, to anticipate risks, and to use your knowledge to make adjustments that will help keep your company out of harm’s way. And when our Firm has important or exciting news to announce about developments at our organization, including awards, achievements, hirings and various presentations & webinars, we will share information through News announcements.

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The CommLaw Group: Helping Those Seeking Opportunities in IoT

On this TIA Member Spotlight, Ron Quirk, Head of the Internet of Things Practice Group at Marashlian & Donahue tells us how his practice can help those seeking opportunities in the IoT Industry. Equipment authorization, cybersecurity, infrastructure siting and spectrum allocation are just some of the areas that Marashlian & Donahue, also known as The CommLaw Group, focus on for the communications technology industry.


Privacy & Security in the Trump Era

With the shift to deregulation in the new administration, businesses face growing uncertainty when deciding whether to prioritize privacy and data security compliance.  This webinar provides critical information about the various privacy and data security regulations that remain even through this uncertainty.


Preventing a Tax Audit 101

On-demand webinar, Preventing a Tax Audit 101, where Jonathan Marashlian with the Commpliance Group shares his insights and best practices for avoiding an audit.


Legal Limbo: Doing IoT Business in the Gray

What's the legal definition of a product? Does it cover IoT and is IoT classified a product or a service? Given our laws were never designed for the types of products being sold today, it's not surprising that there are different interpretations of our current laws and regulations when it comes to IoT. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Ron Quirk and Alex Schneider about the legal limbo we're in and how the legal landscape is evolving to catch up with the times.


USAC, Universal Service Fund and FCC Enforcement: Implementing Effective Compliance Risk Management

When the FCC implemented its Net Neutrality Rules and extended certain Title II regulations to Broadband services, the agency confirmed that it would not require Broadband Internet Access Service Providers (i.e. ISPs) to contribute to USF (at this time). Nonetheless, the anticipated expansion of USF funding recipients and the exclusion of Broadband revenue from the contribution base are certain to ratchet up the pressure on USAC and the FCC's Enforcement Bureau to squeeze as much revenue from current USF contribution-eligible services as possible. This dynamic will set the stage for increased contributor audits and FCC enforcement, putting the FCC's USF Strike Force to the test.



Path to CVAA Compliance

If you are uncertain about your company's legal obligations under the Twenty-First Century Communications & Video Accessibility Act ("CVAA") or are looking for compliance help, this webinar is for you.