Law360, Washington (August 24, 2016, 5:03 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission's aggressive agenda has resulted in a flurry of meetings and filings in recent weeks during what is often a quieter period running up to the presidential election, with groups registering particular concern over the FCC's regulatory plans for set-top boxes and the special access market.
Over the last month, dozens of companies and trade groups have logged more than 250 ex parte filings at the agency both on the controversial proceedings grabbing headlines as well as quieter, more niche issues. Ex partes are communications, either written or in person, with FCC officials and staff meant to advocate...
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