- Cable & Broadband
- Joint Ventures, Strategic Alliances, Collaborations & Technology Transfer
- Technology, Communications & Media
- Privacy & Security
- Satellite Communications
- Wireless Communications
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|University ||Brown University, B.A.|
|Law School||Georgetown University, J.D.|
|Admitted||1995, District of Columbia|
|Born||Harvey, Illinois, April 3, 1969|
Craig's practice focuses on the broad array of regulations impacting cable operators and multichannel video programming providers. He regularly represents such companies in proceedings before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), state public utility commissions (PUCs), and federal and state courts. Craig also regularly counsels cable operators in their often-contentious relationships with broadcasters, including navigating broadcaster must-carry rights, negotiating retransmission consent and other carriage agreements, and responding to carriage and channel placement complaints.
Craig also has extensive experience representing a wide array of communications entities, including programmers, broadcasters, wireless companies, and Internet service providers. This experience includes counseling in the evolving area of net neutrality compliance and best practices, drafting over a dozen net neutrality and acceptable use policies for cable operators and wireless providers, and negotiating pole attachment and other rights-of-way agreements. Finally, Craig regularly assists communications entities negotiating complex IT, cloud services, co-marketing, and equipment procurement contracts.
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FCC Seeks Comment on Proposed Net Neutrality Rules and Title II Reclassification
Seth A. Davidson,Lawrence R. Freedman,Craig A. Gilley,Arthur H. Harding, May 23, 2014
On May 15, the FCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) aimed at adopting new Net Neutrality rules to replace those struck down by the D.C. Circuit in January. The NPRM proposes to enhance the Transparency rule that the court left in place, readopt the No-Blocking rule that...
FCC to Propose New Net Neutrality Rules at May Meeting
Seth A. Davidson,Lawrence R. Freedman,Craig A. Gilley,Arthur H. Harding,Ari Z. Moskowitz, April 28, 2014
In response to widespread press reports that the FCC was preparing to adopt new network neutrality rules that would, among other things, allow “edge providers” (including companies such as Disney, Google or Netflix) to pay Internet service providers for special, faster lanes to send...
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