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We understand the challenges and opportunities faced by the wireless development landscape as it has evolved from utilitarian to aesthetic.   We have represented and become a trusted adviser to wireless carriers, broadcasters, and tower companies throughout the evolution of this industry.  The Nexsen Pruet team has litigated telecommunication cases in both state and federal court.

Our rich involvement with local planning commissions, zoning boards, planning associations and municipalities has resulted in productive relationships that have proven invaluable in securing successful results for our clients.  Nexsen Pruet's telecommunication team's skillful negotiation, careful listening and creative solution development led to the passage and revision of several tower siting ordinances through the Carolinas and coastal Georgia.

We blend a thorough understanding of the industry with experience to deliver wireless sites that include:

  • Site acquisition
  • Lease preparation, negotiation, and execution
  • Title examination
  • Preparation and negotiation of easements, release or modification of restrictive covenants
  • Zoning, rezoning and variances
  • Building permit application
  • 911 - addressing
  • Zoning hearings
  • Ordinance drafting
  • Ordinance text amendments 
  • Regulatory assistance at the federal, state, and local levels
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Assistance in testimony before legislative, regulatory, and administrative bodies
  • Technology purchasing and licensing
  • Representation before state and federal regulatory bodies
  • Complex litigation, including disputes related to intellectual property rights, labor and unemployment, and franchise rights

Nexsen Pruet's attorneys have their fingers on the pulse of this industry from all perspectives - legal, technical, operational, regulatory, competitive, and financial - and are current in both existing and emerging technologies.