Regulation After the National Broadband Plan Tuesday, January 26, 2010

01.19.10

Please join Boston University’s College of Communication and the Federal Communications Bar Association’s New England Chapter as we host a preview of what the world of communications regulation will look like after the FCC’s release of the National Broadband Plan.

Regulation After the National Broadband Plan Tuesday, January 26, 2010 
Boston University’s Photonics Building/Colloquium Room
8 St. Mary’s Street, Boston, MA
2 pm to 6 pm
 
Introductory Remarks
Tom Fiedler
 Dean of the B.U. College of Communication And former Executive Editor of the Miami Herald.
 
A Keynote Address
Cameron F. Kerry
General Counsel, United States Department of Commerce
 
A moderated colloquy addressing the ramifications of the FCC’s National Broadband Plan to Congress, the prospect for regulation following release of the Plan, and the resulting effects on consumers and the communications marketplace. Confirmed Panelists:
 
 
Jonathan Banks
Senior Vice President, Law & Policy, US Telecom
 
Scott Bergmann
Assistant Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, CTIA—The Wireless Association
 
Judith Dumont
Director, Massachusetts Broadband Institute
 
Gigi Sohn
President & Co-Founder, Public Knowledge
 
A networking event will follow the program at 5 pm.
Registration: $15.00 for FCBA Members; $25.00 for Non-Members; government employees, students and faculty are free of charge. Advance registration encouraged by accessing www.fcba.org or mailing check to Julie Laine, Time Warner Cable, 60 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10023. To advise of your attendance or to request additional information please contact julie.laine@twcable.com; gmk@fhllplaw.com; or dbogan@rc.com.