brooks E. Harlow
Brooks Harlow has practiced communications law for three decades in the U.S., in space, and in other countries. He has represented clients before dozens of federal and state agencies and courts. He offers clients private counseling and advice, as well as negotiation of contracts and disputes with other parties.
Brooks has guided numerous communications companies through the transition from analog to digital telephone and television networks, the development and deployment of the Internet, the introduction and spread of cellular voice and data, and all sorts of new generations of technologies. He has been a leader in the ABA and Federal Communications Bar Association.
- Admitted in Virginia and Washington
Richard (“Rick”) Heatter has practiced law in areas of technology and communications for more than thirty years. He has represented and counseled businesses in a wide range of industries both as in-house counsel and in private practice.
Rick has assisted clients in resolving disputes using mediation and arbitration as well as in state and federal courts. He has counseled clients regarding a wide range of legal matters including negotiating contracts involving complex legal issues.
- Admitted in California
Rogelio E. Peña
Rogelio Peña has more than two decades of communications and public utility law experience. He began his telecom career with the Public Utility Commission of Texas, has worked in-house with two major telecom companies, and in private practice advises clients on compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
More recently, Rogelio worked for the City of San Antonio City Attorney’s Office advising city departments and management on issues related to wireline, cable, and wireless provider access to public rights-of-way, as well as supporting the city’s team that oversees two municipally owned utilities, CPS Energy, and the San Antonio Water System.
- Admitted in Colorado and Texas
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