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Hasting Janofsky & Walker , LLP

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Hasting Janofsky & Walker , LLP

Background Information

Employment History

Partner

Paul , Hastings , Janofsky & Walker LLP

Affiliations

Managing Member
Telecommunications Law Professionals PLLC

Member of the Board of Governors
Georgetown University Alumni Association

Active Member
Federal Communications Bar Association

Editor
Georgetown University Law Center

Member
District of Columbia Bar

Education

University of Michigan

Bachelors of Business Administration degree

University of Michigan

Juris Doctor

Georgetown University Law Center

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Carl Northrop, Partner Hasting Janofsky & Walker, LLP

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This was the question that a panel made up of Dan Sweeney, Alan Pearce, Kevin Kelley, Carl Northrop, and Bryan Tramont addressed during a 3G panel discussion today.
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Northrop commented that "part of the U.S.'s problems stems from four regulatory bodies that play a part in the 3G infrastructure; the FCC, the NTIA, the State Department, and the USTR."These organizations currently control and regulate many of the nationwide network spectrums.
As a result, "the situation we have in the U.S. today," continued Northrop, "is that too many cooks are spoiling the stew."
The panel commented that until there was a nationwide spectrum for 3G -- either regulated effectively by the government or owned by one service carrier -- U.S. users would find varying levels of success or failure with their wireless internet and services.The panel stressed that because the U.S. has a number of 3G standards, trying to get all devices and applications to work effectively in all these different platforms would prove to be problematic.


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Carl Northrop , Partner Hasting Janofsky & Walker , LLP

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This was the question that a panel made up of Dan Sweeney , Alan Pearce , Kevin Kelley , Carl Northrop , and Bryan Tramont addressed during a 3G panel discussion today.
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Northrop commented that part of the U.S.'s problems stems from four regulatory bodies that play a part in the 3G infrastructure ; the FCC , the NTIA , the State Department , and the USTR..These organizations currently control and regulate many of the nationwide network spectrums.
As a result , the situation we have in the U.S. today , continued Northrop , is that too many cooks are spoiling the stew..
The panel commented that until there was a nationwide spectrum for 3G -- either regulated effectively by the government or owned by one service carrier -- U.S. users would find varying levels of success or failure with their wireless internet and services.The panel stressed that because the U.S. has a number of 3G standards , trying to get all devices and applications to work effectively in all these different platforms would prove to be problematic.


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Carl Northrop , Partner Hasting Janofsky & Walker , LLP

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This was the question that a panel made up of Dan Sweeney , Alan Pearce , Kevin Kelley , Carl Northrop , and Bryan Tramont addressed during a 3G panel discussion today.
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Northrop commented that part of the U.S.'s problems stems from four regulatory bodies that play a part in the 3G infrastructure ; the FCC , the NTIA , the State Department , and the USTR..These organizations currently control and regulate many of the nationwide network spectrums.
As a result , the situation we have in the U.S. today , continued Northrop , is that too many cooks are spoiling the stew..
The panel commented that until there was a nationwide spectrum for 3G -- either regulated effectively by the government or owned by one service carrier -- U.S. users would find varying levels of success or failure with their wireless internet and services.The panel stressed that because the U.S. has a number of 3G standards , trying to get all devices and applications to work effectively in all these different platforms would prove to be problematic.


Wireless: American 3G Status: 'Too Many Cooks Spoiling the Stew" - AnywhereYouGo.com

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Carl Northrop, Partner Hasting Janofsky & Walker, LLP

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This was the question that a panel made up of Dan Sweeney, Alan Pearce, Kevin Kelley, Carl Northrop, and Bryan Tramont addressed during a 3G panel discussion today.
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Northrop commented that "part of the U.S.'s problems stems from four regulatory bodies that play a part in the 3G infrastructure; the FCC, the NTIA, the State Department, and the USTR."These organizations currently control and regulate many of the nationwide network spectrums.
As a result, "the situation we have in the U.S. today," continued Northrop, "is that too many cooks are spoiling the stew."
The panel commented that until there was a nationwide spectrum for 3G -- either regulated effectively by the government or owned by one service carrier -- U.S. users would find varying levels of success or failure with their wireless internet and services.The panel stressed that because the U.S. has a number of 3G standards, trying to get all devices and applications to work effectively in all these different platforms would prove to be problematic.


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Dinner with Alumni - Carl Northrop (Law) DCHoyas - Dinner with Alumni - Carl Northrop (Law)

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Dinner with Alumni - Carl Northrop (Law)
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Carl W. Northrop is the Founding Member of Telecommunications Law Professionals PLLC (“TLPâ€�), a boutique telecommunications law firm in Washington, D.C. committed to assisting clients in meeting the substantial challenges they face in the rapidly changing wireless, wired, high-tech, and media industries. Much of his practice is devoted to the representation of mobile and fixed service providers of broadband and narrowband services delivered over terrestrial wireless systems, wireline networks, satellites and the internet. His firm, TLP, has a national ranking in the 2013 edition of the US News â€" Best Law Firms. TLP also was named as a Dealmaker of the Month for November 2012 based upon its active role in the MetroPCS/Deutsche Telekom merger valued at over $4 billion. Mr. Northrop handles diverse legal matters for communications companies, including general counseling on federal regulatory issues, regulatory policy advocacy at the Federal Communications Commission (the FCC) and on Capitol Hill, licensing work (including representation in FCC spectrum auctions), communications related litigation before the FCC, federal courts, local courts and state public utility commissions, international telecommunications ventures, and a wide range of other communications-related transactions including mergers and acquisitions, equipment contracts, public and private debt and equity placements, intercarrier arrangements, interconnection agreements, agency and resale contracts, mobile virtual network operation (MVNO) arrangements, construction and management agreements, and communications-related trademark arrangements. Mr. Northrop graduated with high distinction in 1972 from the University of Michigan from which he received a Bachelors of Business Administration degree. He received his Juris Doctor in 1976 from the Georgetown University Law Center where he served as an editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. While at Georgetown, Mr. Northrop was the recipient of both the Best Brief and Best Oral Advocate awards in the Beaudry Cup moot court competition. Mr. Northrop is a member of the Board of Governors of the Georgetown University Alumni Association, and a member emeritus of the Alumni Board of the Georgetown University Law Center. He also has an active pro bono practice devoted to child custody, adoption and guardianship cases in the family courts in DC and Maryland.

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