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WASHINGTON, D.C.—As in all industries, officials in the telecom world are looking for clues as to how the transition to President-elect Donald Trump’s administration will impact their sector.
Womble Carlyle Telecom attorney Mark Palchick discussed the transition with Law360.com. He said observers should consider Trump’s appointments to his transition team and how those will affect the FCC and its leadership. Trump has appointed Jeffrey Eisenach of the American Enterprise Institute and Mark A. Jamison, director of the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida, to his FCC transition team.
“There’s a certain history to the head of the transition team having an impact on who the chairman is,” Palchick tells Law360.
Click here to read “4 Tips For Navigating Uncertain Trump Telecom Transition” at Law360.com.
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Mark Palchick has been an attorney in the communications field since 1975. He is experienced in matters relating to the domestic and international cable industry, international copyright, negotiations of program affiliation agreements, E-rate funding, pole attachment matters, interconnection agreements between private carriers and other FCC regulatory matters. In 2013 he was honored by the Cable Television Industry and inducted into the Cable Pioneers.