Laura H. Phillips has been a leader in the telecommunications market for more than 25 years. She counsels wireless and wired technology entrepreneurs on issues related to the development of new technologies, including the development of spectrum auctions, network interconnection and build out, universal service and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). She also represents clients in regulatory matters stemming from communications service convergence, the growth of wireless services and the Internet.
Laura counsels clients on managing government mandates, government enforcement, hearings and a range of communications law, business and policy compliance matters. In addition to administrative litigation, she advises technology clients on emerging FCC issues, among them telemarketing, USAC audits and disabilities access. She also counsels clients on regulatory billing matters, and mergers and acquisitions.
As chair of the firm’s Government and Regulatory Affairs Practice Group, Laura’s goal is to make sure that clients receive the most efficient, effective service possible. She holds a certificate in Fundamentals of Legal Project Management from the Legal Project Management Institute.
Laura is heavily involved in the Federal Communications Bar Association, having held a number of elected and appointed positions including serving as the association’s president from 2012-2013.