Womble Bond Dickinson attorney John Garziglia and members of the firm’s Communications, Technology and Media Sector Team have prepared a number of state-specific checklists on FCC public file requirements.
Americans in all corners of the nation depend on mobile broadband for a variety of needs, including staying informed about important news, connecting with family and friends, and being entertained on the go.
In Berkheimer and Aatrix, the Federal Circuit indicated that although patent eligibility under Section 101 is ultimately a question of law, the determination may have factual underpinnings that, at least in some cases, render it inappropriate for motions to dismiss or for summary judgment.
Womble Bond Dickinson Regulatory Scientist Heather Hatcher, Ph.D., has co-authored a recent article on regulatory science issues surrounding the FDA-regulated additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) of medical products.
As recently as 2008, experts predicted a dire U.S. energy crisis by this time. In my last column, I surveyed the present positive energy landscape and described the energy crisis that never happened. Here are four factors that influence our energy future.
CHIEF JUSTICE MARK MARTIN has named 2018 "The Year of Legal Professionalism" in North Carolina. The Chief Justice's annual Professionalism Award spotlights "individuals whose career commitments in areas such as legal ethics, disciplinary enforcements and lawyer professionalism demonstrate the high calling and higher achievement of lawyers in modern society."
Tower issues are coming to the forefront for nearly every communications service, and FM radio is certainly not left out. FM radio is implicated primarily because of the TV repack; a consequence of the FCC's television incentive reverse auction.