Tony Lee focuses his practice on representing wireline and wireless telecommunications carriers, cable TV, and Internet companies in regulatory issues and proceedings before the FCC and state utility commissions. Mr. Lee advises local exchange and long distance carriers regarding state and federal regulatory issues, including intercarrier compensation, universal service and compliance matters. He is engaged in substantive and complex litigation in federal court, and before the Federal Communications Commission and state commissions.
After decades of handling formal complaints using no less than three different sets of rules, the FCC has finally adopted uniform procedures that generally apply to all formal complaints filed with the Commission. Alongside Chairman Ajit Pai, Commissioners Michael O’Rielly and Brendan Carr praised the measure to get formal complaints all under one roof. However, … Continue Reading
Investigation of BDS tariff provisions, further data analysis lead to new standards and a proposed new regulatory regime The market for special access service – also known by some (including the FCC) as “business data services” or “BDS” – is under the Commission’s regulatory microscope. In a sprawling, two-pronged decision, the FCC has (a) ordered … Continue Reading
We were skeptical about the FCC's ability to meet the ambitious regulatory deadline laid out by AT&T in its proposal concerning 700 MHz interoperability -- but the FCC has managed to do just that in record breaking time.… Continue Reading
If you're an active Lower 700 MHz band B Block licensee with an interim four-year construction benchmark deadline before December 13, 2013, here's some good news: unless you happen to fall within a couple of exceptions, the FCC has extended your construction deadline a bit.… Continue Reading