Mr. Leo also is an experienced patent litigator. He has represented major telecommunications carriers and equipment manufacturers. He has participated in trials before the ITC and federal courts.
Co-author: The Case for Liberal Spectrum Licenses: A Technical and Economic Perspective, 26 Berkeley Tech. L. J. 1037 (2011)
Co-author: Federal Telecommunications Law, 2d ed. 2007 Supplement (2007)
Co-author: Federal Telecommunications Law, 2d ed. 2006 Supplement (2006)
Co-author: UNE Fact Report (1999)
Co-author: The Law and Regulation of Telecommunications Carriers, Artech (1998)
Represent Verizon in FCC proceedings regarding TDM-to-IP Transition, Copper Retirement, Special Access, Switched Access, Biennial Review, broadband issues, competition issues, and program access disputes.
Represent independent programmers in disputes with cable operators over program carriage (including MASN v. Comcast and MASN v. Time Warner).
Represent satellite providers in disputes with regional sports networks (including DISH v. Comcast SportsNet and DISH v. Cablevision).
Involved in numerous merger reviews before the FCC and DOJ (including AT&T-T-Mobile, Verizon-MCI, SBC-Ameritech, Verizon-GTE, Bell Atlantic-NYNEX)
Verizon v. Cablevision (ITC patent litigation)
TiVo v. Verizon (E.D. Tex. Patent litigation)
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