FCC Enforcement Survival Guide: Perks Of Settling Early
By Margaret Harding McGill (September 8, 2015, 1:12 PM EDT) -- Staring down the barrel of what could be a big — and public — legal battle, companies under investigation by the Federal Communications Commission often start thinking early about settlement options. Though there can be many perks to an early settlement, companies should be wary of admitting liability and establishing dangerous precedent, 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. The previous story focused on what to consider before self-reporting a violation and how to respond to an FCC letter...
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