COMMUNICATIONS LAW & POLICY SPRING SYMPOSIUM
Saturday, April 22nd at the
Syracuse University College of Law, Room 200
9:00 A.M. -
follow in Heritage Alumni Lounge, 3rd Floor White Hall.
3 MCLE CREDITS*
In 1996 the Telecommunications
Act promised consumers a new world of communications products
and services at lower prices by reducing the amount of
government regulation in the communications industry, allowing
competition to drive down prices and ignite innovation. A decade
later a new wave of innovation is washing over the
communications and entertainment industries and once again
attorneys, consumer groups, elected federal and state officials
are working to determine what role law and government should
play in the growth and development of the technology sector.
Join the CLPS Spring Symposium to hear from leading
representatives of the communications industry, law and
government as they engage in a lively discussion on what should
be done to ensure choice and competition for consumers in an
ever changing environment.
Panels on: Industry State of Affairs, Interplay of Federal and
State Powers, Local Video Franchising, Net Neutrality, Careers
in Communications Law and Policy
Lunch Time Keynote: Mary Cotter, President of Time Warner
Cable Syracuse Division
AT&T, Verizon, Charter Communications, Lenovo
NY Public Service Commission, Cable Telecommunications
Association of New York, State Assemblyman Richard Brodsky's
Indiana University, Syracuse University College of Law,
Syracuse University School of Information Studies, Syracuse
University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Fletcher Heald & Hildreth, Herzog Engstrom Koplovitz P.C.,
Wiley Rein Fielding, LLP
* Lunch will be provided *Dress is business casual.
For more information, please contact
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
of credits determined by segment attendance and is a charge
of $25 for OCBA members