Tag Archives: FCC Enforcement

August 2017 FCC Meeting Recap: FCC Rings Up Another Spoofing Robocaller, Proposing Over $82 Million in Fines

As part of its August 2017 Open Meeting, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) issued a Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture (“NAL”) proposing over $82 million in fines against Philip Roesel and the insurance companies he operated for allegedly violating the Truth in Caller Act by altering the caller ID information (a/k/a “spoofing”) of more … Continue Reading

LeBlanc Responds to Criticism of the FCC’s Enforcement Process

  On November 25, FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief Travis LeBlanc penned a blog post outlining the Commission’s enforcement process and touting the upward trend in recent years in collecting fines issued for violations of the Communications Act and the Commission’s rules.  The post was written in response to a recent Politico article suggesting that the … Continue Reading

Register Today for Kelley Drye’s Upcoming Equipment Authorization Webinar—April 2, 2015 at 12 PM ET

Every aspect of American life today seems to involve interaction with an increasing number of digital devices, sensors, and other electronics. Estimates are that by 2020, there will be more than 50 billion devices tied into the Internet of Things. Even apart from the IoT, there are myriad opportunities in today’s market for the productive … Continue Reading

FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory Discussing Upcoming Annual CPNI Certification Filing Deadline

Earlier today, the Federal Communications Commission released an enforcement advisory reminding telecommunications carriers and interconnected VoIP providers of the upcoming annual customer proprietary network information (“CPNI”) certification due by March 2, 2015.  For Kelley Drye’s own advisory on this CPNI filing requirement, please see the attached alert.… Continue Reading

KDW Webinar Release: “Navigating the Potential Hazards of FCC Spectrum Use Enforcement”

The Federal Communications Commission continues to step up its enforcement actions against communications and technology companies with increasing emphasis on spectrum and licensing matters, including operating outside the rules (or with expired authority), unauthorized transfers of control or assignments, and operation of unlawful signal boosters and jammers. View webinar recording View slide deck… Continue Reading

FCC Petitioned in Access Charge Litigation

Beehive Telephone has Petitioned the FCC for a declaratory ruling in an effort to salvage a lawsuit that Beehive brought against Sprint in federal court for collection of access charges. According to the Petition, Sprint refused to pay Beehive’s access invoices because Sprint believes they are the product of unlawful "traffic stimulation" by Beehive and … Continue Reading
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