Douglas Jarrett specializes in telecommunications law and policy, procurements and transactional matters. He is a recognized expert in representing enterprises in negotiating telecommunications services agreements with the major wireline and wireless carriers, domestically and globally.
Mr. Jarrett represents services providers and fiber network operators, focusing on the regulatory and transactional matters confronting start-up, fiber-based broadband services providers and telecommunications carriers. He is expert in Universal Service Fund regulation, and advises on MVNO market entry and on-going regulatory requirements. He also counsels enterprises on M2M services, cloud computing and IVR technology procurements.
Mr. Jarrett represents technology companies in securing amendments to the FCC rules to enable the licensing and marketing of innovative wireless technologies. He represents critical infrastructure industry (CII) companies before the FCC on wireless licensing, regulatory compliance and policy-making, and in transactional matters, particularly spectrum acquisitions, and represents property owners in negotiating access agreements and signal booster site licenses.
Mr. Jarrett is a frequent speaker at technology and telecommunications law conferences. He is the principal author of Beyond Telecom Law Blog.