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4 Ways To Win Friends And Influence People At The FCC

Law360, Washington (May 16, 2016, 7:33 PM EDT) -- Communications policy is a small corner of a small town where who you know makes all the difference: You might be opposing a person one day and lobbying them the next. With that in mind, building a level of rapport and credibility that extends beyond today’s issue is critical to solid telecom advocacy.

Indeed, serving a client well at the Federal Communications Commission often begins long before a high-pressure meeting. Telecom lawyers who spoke with Law360 said FCC advocacy is best viewed from a long-term perspective, given that the same companies are continually dealing with the commission and the same people...

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