The Columbia Institute for Teleinformation (CITI)
New York Law School Media Center
invite you to
Monday, April 19, 2010 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
New York Law
185 West Broadway
New York, N.Y. 10013
The FCC’s adoption of its March 16, 2010 National Broadband Plan has sparked vigorous debate as to whether and how to promote the development of highspeed wireline and wireless broadband. Major differences exist as to financial, technological, and legal issues.
Keynote speaker at the Roundtable is BLAIR LEVIN, head of the FCC team that developed the National Broadband Plan. He will be joined by a number of other stakeholders and experts, including:
• Simon Flannery, Managing
Director at Morgan Stanley;
• David Don, Senior Director, Public Policy at Comcast Corp.;
• Dan Margolis, attorney with Garvey Schubert Barer;
• Anna-Maria Kovacs, President of Regulatory Source Associates, LLC;
• Larry Darby, American Consumer Institute;
• Harold Feld, Legal Director of Public Knowledge;
• James Grimmelmann, Professor of Law and member, Institute for Information Law and Policy at New York Law School;
• Raul Katz, Professor at the Columbia Business School
• Chris Libertelli, Senior Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs for Skype
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED and is available on-line at http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/citi/events/fcc2010/FCCreg2010.
Further details, including the full speaker line-up, will be circulated soon and all relevant information will posted on the CITI website (http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/citi/events/fcc2010) and the Media Center website (http://www.nyls.edu/centers/projects/media_center/broadband).
Click here for the live webcast beginning at 1 pm.
Questions for the speakers can be sent to MLP@nyls.edu. A moderator will be fielding questions as they are received.