Telecom Law Firm Releases Small Wireless Facility (SWF) Supplemental Application

February 7th, 2019 / telecom

February 6, 2019: Telecom Law Firm’s partners, Dr. Jonathan Kramer and Robert (Tripp) May are pleased to announce the first public release of a supplemental wireless application form designed to help local government process Small Wireless Facility (“SWF”) applications.   The form provides guidance and direction on additional information an applicant must provide to the local […]

Coronado, California Adopts New Wireless Ordinance

August 22nd, 2018 / telecom

Last night, August 21, 2018, the City of Coronado, California adopted a new wireless ordinance.  In fact, it was their first wireless ordinance.  During the hearing, I presented a short PowerPoint presentation on 5G and why the wireless industry moves in seemingly mysterious ways. If you’d like to learn about the new ordinance, and listen […]

Dr. Kramer to present at HAMCOM 2017 on September 16, 2017

September 4th, 2017 / telecom

Dr. Jonathan Kramer, W6JLK will present his (in)famious “I’m From the Government (Planning Department), and I’m Here” lecture at the ARRL Southwest Convention. He’ll be presenting twice on Saturday, September 16th, 2017. The first presentation will be at 10:00 a.m., followed by a repeat of the lecture at 2:00 p.m. That way you can pick […]

Dr. Jonathan Kramer’s Cell Site Leasing Article in NM Lawyer

May 29th, 2017 / telecom

The New Mexico Bar has published Dr. Kramer’s article “Cellular Tower Site Leasing: Avoiding Bear Traps” in its May 2017 edition of the New Mexico Lawyer (Vol. 12, No. 2). The article is a lease agreement primer for attorneys or landlords who are dealing with a wireless carrier wants to lease property for a cell […]

Cell Tower Lease Webinar 12/8/16 – 50% Discount

October 2nd, 2016 / telecom

John Pestle and Jonathan Kramer will, once again, present their very popular “Current Issues in Cell Tower Leases” live Lorman webinar on December 8, 2016. This 90 minute webinar covers virtually all of the key aspects of cell site leases from the Landlord’s perspective. A unique aspect of this popular webinar is that we will […]

Jonathan Kramer to Discuss Mobilitie on eNATOA National Call

June 4th, 2016 / telecom

Jonathan Kramer has been invited by NATOA to be one of three speakers on a national eNATOA conference call. Our topic will be the shape-shifting Mobilitie, which is building a new network for Sprint. Some industry pundits have called this Project Network Suicide, but maybe not. This national call will take place on 6/21/16 at […]

Yale University invites Jonathan Kramer to Lecture on Telecom Law and Technology

May 15th, 2016 / telecom

For the fourth year in a row, Jonathan Kramer has been invited to a guest lecturer at Yale University on the subject of telecom law and telecom technology. Jonathan’s lecture, on June 6, 2016 focuses on the intersection of law and tech, and the relationship between the two from a regulatory perspective.

Jonathan Kramer quoted in RCR Wireless News on Sprint/Mobilitie Deployment

May 13th, 2016 / telecom

Telecom Law Firm founding attorney Jonathan Kramer was extensively quoted by RCR Wireless News in an article titled, “Sprint small cell delays could impact other carriers” (RCR Wireless News, May 12, 2016).  Jonathan discusses speed bumps related to Mobilitie’s compliance with local codes and requirements before they can install new Sprint small cell sites.  Also […]

Jonathan L. Kramer to Present on Cell Site Leasing at the National Business Institute Seminar in Albuquerque

December 7th, 2015 / telecom

Founder and Principal Attorney Jonathan L. Kramer will be a featured speaker at the National Business Institute’s (NBI) seminar, “Attorneys’ Guide to Local Government Law,” on February 10, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In his presentation, “Cell Site Leasing for Governments and Private Landlords: Profits, Pitfalls & Prevarications,” Mr. Kramer will discuss vital cell site lease […]

Los Angeles Times Interviews Jonathan Kramer on Cable Modem Internet Speed Bumps

November 4th, 2015 / telecom

In the Los Angeles Times article, “Stuck in slow lane in Internet,” Principal Attorney Jonathan Kramer described how cable TV broadband providers don’t have to deliver to their customers the speeds they advertise. The providers rely on carefully crafted legalese in the service agreements to avoid being liable if they do not provide the advertised […]