The telecommunications regulatory and legislative process is among the most complex in Washington. Effectively navigating this maze requires an in-depth knowledge of the issues as well as strong relationships with the Senate Commerce Committee and House Energy and Commerce Committee, House Judiciary Committee, as well as the Federal Communications Commission.
Warren Tryon handled telecommunications legislation for a senior member of the House Judiciary Committee for over a decade. His experience includes dealing with issues such as internet, wireless services, privacy, patent reform, copyright, and technology policy.
For over 15 years, Jonathan Paret lobbied the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which has jurisdiction over the telecom industry and FCC. He retains deep and broad relationships with both Members and staff of the Committee.
As technology advances at breakneck speed, attempts by the congressional and regulatory branches to keep pace with the market often mean billions of dollars in unintended consequences to stakeholders and consumers. RR&G offers strong relationships in government to affect telecommunications policy.