Jeffrey L. Sheldon

Jeffrey L. Sheldon: Attorney with Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP AV stamp icon
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Biography

Jeffrey L. Sheldon is a partner in the law firm of Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP, where he advises clients on a wide range of telecommunications regulatory and transactional issues, with an emphasis on the use of wireless technologies and the development of telecom infrastructure.

Mr. Sheldon has advised clients with interests in wireless devices and systems, broadband deployment, pole attachments, and universal service. He has assisted clients in obtaining FCC authority for the operation of radio systems in a variety of frequency bands and radio services, including private and commercial mobile radio systems, point-to-point and point-to-multipoint microwave systems, satellite earth stations, and experimental radio systems. Mr. Sheldon routinely advises clients on regulatory compliance and proposed rule changes that could impact their operations, including FCC regulations governing system operations and environmental reviews, and requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) relating to potential obstructions to air navigation. Mr. Sheldon has also represented companies in FCC enforcement proceedings, including the negotiation of consent decrees to resolve such cases.

Mr. Sheldon has assisted clients with commercial agreements for the use or deployment of communications infrastructure, including transactions related to the purchase, lease and exchange of radio spectrum, the lease of antenna tower space, the resolution of radio interference disputes, the purchase of telecom equipment and services, use of utility poles and conduit, and use of fiber optic communications facilities through Indefeasible Rights of Use (IRUs) and dark fiber leases.

After beginning his career as an associate with a boutique communications law firm, Mr. Sheldon served as vice president and general counsel of the Utilities Telecom Council (UTC), where he represented the telecom and IT interests of electric, gas, and water utilities before the FCC, NTIA, Congress, and the courts. Mr. Sheldon later served as vice president of a national broadband Internet Service Provider (ISP) where he was responsible for acquiring and developing the company's fiber optic infrastructure. He returned to the private practice of communications law in 2002 and joined LB3 in 2013.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Regulatory
  • Communications and Spectrum Regulation
  • Telecommunications Licensing

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202-609-8480  Phone
202-857-2574  Phone
202-223-0833  Fax
www.lb3law.com
University Attended:
Drew University, B.A., Political Science & Sociology, magna cum laude, 1978
Year of First Admission:
1981
Admission:
1981, District of Columbia
Memberships:
District of Columbia Bar Association; Federal Communications Bar Association.
Birth Information:
April 18, 1956
ISLN:
903791265

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