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Jonathan L. Kramer Presents Webinar on Selling Your Cell Tower Lease

April 15th, 2015 / telecom

Founder and Principal Attorney Jonathan L. Kramer presented the webinar, “Selling Your Cell Tower Lease” hosted by Lorman Education Services, on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. Mr. Kramer offered insight to property owners and their attorneys as they evaluate offers to buy the cell tower lease and future leasing rights on properties with cell towers or […]

Jonathan Kramer Explores Small Cell and DAS During NATOA Webinar

April 14th, 2015 / telecom

The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) organized a webinar titled, “Small Cell and DAS – What are they and how do local governments regulate them?” on April 13, 2015. In this webinar, Founder and Principal Attorney Jonathan L. Kramer explained how municipalities and wireless carriers can work together to achieve a win-win […]

Daily Journal Article Features Robert May’s Growth and Expansion Within the Firm

April 1st, 2015 / telecom

In the article “Telecom Law Firm PC opens second California office,” Daily Journal discusses Partner Robert C. May’s growth within Telecom Law Firm and the firm’s rapid expansion from Los Angeles to San Diego. Founder and Principal Attorney Jonathan L. Kramer discusses Mr. May’s persistence when he was an intern with the firm stating, “He […]

Jonathan L. Kramer Featured in International Municipal Lawyers Association’s Webinar Discussing Cell Tower Site Leasing and Licensing

March 3rd, 2015 / telecom

The International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA) offered a complimentary webinar to its members titled, “Cell Tower Leasing for Municipalities” on March 2, featuring Founder and Principal Attorney Jonathan L. Kramer. Mr. Kramer explored how local governments can properly lease and license cell tower sites by identifying legal landmines and boilerplate provisions in order to produce […]

Robert May Raises the Issue of Political Accountability for Section 6409(a) with Daily Journal

February 28th, 2015 / telecom

In the article, “Blurred blame in unpopular wireless approvals” published by the Daily Journal, Shareholder Robert C. May III raises concerns about the proper exercise of federal preemption and the degree to which Congress can hide behind local officials regarding unfavorable political policies. With the new rules under Section 6409(a), some attorneys argue that Congress […]

Robert May Discusses the Implications of New FCC Rules for City Officials

February 27th, 2015 / telecom

In the article, “New Rule on Wireless Towers May Frustrate Cities, Planners” published by California Planning & Development Report, Partner Robert May discusses the new guidelines for Section 6409(a), which might mean more prominent cell site towers for cities whether they like it or not. The new guidelines establish a strict timeline for evaluating projects […]

Robert May Discusses Impacts of New FCC Rules at Comprehensive Conference on Legal Developments for Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities

February 20th, 2015 / telecom

Partner Robert May participated on the panel, “Practical Impacts of the New FCC Rules,” at the Law Seminars International (LSI) Second Annual Comprehensive Conference on Legal Developments for Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities in Downtown Los Angeles on February 19, 2015. Mr. May, along with a panel of industry experts, discussed the likely impacts of […]

Jonathan L. Kramer Discusses Impacts of New Wireless Technology at Comprehensive Conference on Legal Developments for Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities

February 20th, 2015 / telecom

Founder and Principal Attorney Jonathan L. Kramer presented at the Law Seminars International (LSI) Second Annual Comprehensive Conference on Legal Developments for Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities in Downtown Los Angeles on February 19, 2015. Mr. Kramer’s session, “Evolving Wireless Technology 201 and its Impact on Demand for New Local Infrastructure,” addressed the continuing cellular […]

Jonathan Kramer and Tripp May Speak to Daily Journal on How Local Governments are Dealing with Wireless Tower Expansion Requests

February 11th, 2015 / telecom

In the article, “FCC guidance attempts to reconcile mobile data needs with municipal zoning concerns” published by Daily Journal, Principal Jonathan L. Kramer and Partner Robert May III discuss the concerns that some municipalities will have in complying with the new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules, set to take effect in April. Mr. Kramer and […]

Jonathan Kramer and Robert May III to speak at LSI Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities Conf Feb. 2015

February 10th, 2015 / telecom

Jonathan Kramer and Robert May III will be presenters at the Second Annual Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities conference on February 19-20, 2015. This 2-day conference in downtown Los Angeles, presented by Law Seminars International, covers all key aspects of wireless deployment. Jonathan will co-present in the section titled, “Evolving Wireless Technology 201 and its […]