Law360, Washington (September 9, 2015, 12:33 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission can whack a company with a big stick in the form of a notice of apparent liability during enforcement proceedings that aren’t progressing the way the agency would like, and from there, it can be nearly impossible to avoid paying something, experts said.
All week Law360 is speaking with attorneys experienced in dealing with the FCC for advice on surviving the long, often hurry-up-and-wait process of an agency enforcement action. Earlier stories focused on what to consider before self-reporting a violation and the advantages of settlements early in the enforcement process.
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