In case you missed our last alert, here’s one more, just to be on the safe side. Our colleague (and CommLawBlog regular) Mitchell Lazarus will present a webinar this Wednesday, September 25 at 11:00 a.m. ET. Titled “What to Do When the FCC Says No”, it will consist of a veritable cornucopia of information on securing FCC approval for novel radio-based technologies. According to the webinar’s sponsor (that would be Washington Laboratories, Ltd.), the target audience here includes:

  • entrepreneurs;
  • manufacturers;
  • importers;
  • vendors dealing with innovative radio devices;
  • test laboratories and EMC test engineers called on to evaluate new technologies;
  • compliance managers; and
  • consultants advising firms that develop or market new technologies.

We also think it will appeal to all those FoB’s (i.e., Friends of the Blog) who, in requesting their CommLawBlog sunglasses, have specifically given Prof. Lazarus’s posts the big shout-out.

As you will find on the registration site, the webinar is not free, but technology companies should find it well worthwhile.