Lawyer Bio : Rebecca E Jacobs
Rebecca E Jacobs
Rebecca’s practice focuses on various regulatory and litigation related issues within the communications field. She advises clients on disputes before the Federal Communications Commission and before both federal and state courts.
Member of the District of Columbia Bar Association; Washington State Bar Association; Federal Communications Bar Association; Women in Cable Telecommunications.
Oxford University, Study Abroad Program, Winter/Spring 1999.
B.A., English Literature, 2000, Washington University,magna cum laude.
M.A., Humanities, 2001, University of Chicago.
Prior Legal Experience
Associate, Fleischman and Harding, LLP, Washington, DC, 2005-2010; Summer Associate/Law Clerk, Hagens Berman LLP, Seattle, WA, 2004-2005; Law Clerk, Waite, Schneider, Bayless & Chesley, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2003-2004.
Areas of Proficiency
- Telecommunications, Cable & Broadcast
- Consistent With Precedent, FCC Finds Violation of Competitive Bidding Rules Where Price Is Not Primary Factor
- FCC Seeks Comment on Healthcare Connect Fund Clarification
- FCC Sets Comment Dates for Bundled Components Public Notice
- FCC Seeks Comment on Bundled Components for E-rate
- E-Rate: Case Summaries
- Federal Communications Commission Expands Availability of 400 Million Dollar Rural Health Care Support Mechanism
- Aeronautical Frequency Public Notice
- E-Rate: Summary of Recent E-Rate Rulings
- E-Rate: FCC Reverses Denial Of Funding Due To Misunderstanding of Service To Be Provided By A WAN
- E-Rate: FCC Upholds Audit Letter Procedures Followed by USAC
- FCC Waives Its Services Implementation Deadline
- FCC Grants Appeals of Dark Fiber Decisions
- E-Rate: Important Information Regarding Use of CEO for Discount Calculations
- Commission Releases Order Implementing Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act
- CableCARD Rules Now Effective
- Telecommunications Alert: Recent Competitive Bidding Orders
- DC Circuit Court Upholds 2011 Pole Attachment Order
- E-Rate Shared Service Discount Rates
- Pole Attachment Timeline Rules Now Effective
- Pole Attachment Report and Order and Order on Reconsideration
- FCC Seeks Comment on Petitions for Reconsideration of Pole Attachments Order
- Copyright Office Issues 30-day Extension for 2010/1 Cable Copyright Filings
- FCC Issues Open Access Report and Order
- Pole Attachment Rules: Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking