FHH lawyer Mitchell Lazarus began his professional life as an electrical engineer … until he took a wrong turn, he says, and ended up in the law. But that hasn’t tarnished his cred among the tech audience, as demonstrated by his regular appearances in the pages of IEEE Spectrum, the leading global magazine for electrical engineers. His by-line has graced those pages at least five times in the past few years. And he’s back again. His latest offering, “What 5G Engineers Can Learn from Radio Interference’s Troubled Past,”explains how regulators (like the FCC) try to prevent radio interference, and how their techniques evolved along with advances in radio technology. Mitch concludes with a look at possible new approaches for emerging 5G services. The article, which is online now, will appear in the print magazine later in the year.