TelecommunicationsLike our clients, Goosmann Law’s Telecommunications, Media and Technology Practice is on the cutting edge. Our lawyers understand and appreciate the communications industry. Goosmann Law represents emerging telecommunications companies in the telephony industry, wireless companies, competitive service providers, telecommunications partners, equipment manufacturers and large users of communications services.

The Goosmann Law Firm assists in merger and acquisition transactions, licensing proceedings, intercarrier agreements, legislative and regulatory policy issues, federal, state and local court litigation, notice and comment regulatory proceedings and other matters affecting media and telecom companies. We provide advice on changes in laws, regulations, and policies and share with our client how these changes may affect their bottom line. We work with our clients to identify significant regulatory developments, rather than just react to them.

Goosmann Law also provides counseling on a range of issues incidental to the operation of communication companies, including corporate, labor and employment law, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, lobbying and joint ventures. With lawyers handling matters in Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska, we’re in the middle of the telecommunications arena.

Communications Law related services include:

  • Telecommunications, Media and Technology
  • Litigation
  • Regulatory
  • Utilities Boards
  • Tariffs
  • Leases
  • eContracts
  • eMarket Place

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