FCC Enforcement Survival Guide: Start Of The Inquiry
Law360, Washington (September 4, 2015, 4:19 PM EDT) -- The discovery of a potential violation of a Federal Communications Commission rule can be the start of a long journey that ends with record-setting and headline-grabbing fines, or it can be simply the precursor to a quick and relatively painless period of self-reflection, attorneys said.
Either way, the first step should be to look internally before reaching out to the regulator.
After speaking with attorneys experienced with dealing with the FCC for advice on how to survive the long and often hurry-up-and-wait process of an agency enforcement action, Law360 will present this information in the coming week.
That process can begin...
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