Laura H. Phillips is a partner in and chair of the firm's Government & Regulatory Affairs Practice Group and a member of the Telecommunications & Mass Media Team. She has over 25 years of experience working in nearly every aspect of the telecommunications market.
Laura counsels wireless and wired technology entrepreneurs and represents these clients on issues related to the development of new technologies, including devoting substantive attention to the development of spectrum auctions, network interconnection, access, universal service, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and regulatory matters stemming from communications service convergence, the growth of wireless services and the Internet.
Lee G. Petro is Of Counsel to the firm’s Telecommunications, Media & Technology Team in the Government & Regulatory Affairs Practice Group.
Lee focuses his practice on the intersection of technology and regulatory developments before the Federal Communications Commission. Lee represents broadcasters, wireline and wireless companies, and equipment manufacturers in their efforts to introduce new services, including spectrum leasing, transactional matters, and obtaining authority for experimental services. Lee also uses his extensive experience to assist clients in introducing innovative uses of the spectrum, and has provided counsel for health care facilities seeking to navigate the FCC’s regulatory proceedings. Since 2009, Lee has served as pro bono counsel to the Martha Wright Petitioners regarding its decade-long effort to have the FCC adopt caps on the telephone rates and fees charged to inmates and their families.
Anthony D. Glosson is an associate in the firm’s Government & Regulatory Affairs Practice Group.
Anthony earned his law degree, with high honors, from The George Washington University Law School, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Federal Communications Law Journal, and was recognized as a George Washington Scholar. While in law school, Anthony served as a law clerk for the Institute for Justice, Commissioner Ajit Pai of the Federal Communications Commission, and TechFreedom. He received his bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University.