Jason Chun assists corporate clients, trade associations, critical infrastructure companies, and commercial providers with telecommunications compliance, regulatory, and transactional matters before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and state agencies. He counsels clients on a broad array of policy, regulatory, transactional, and information technology matters.
Jason also assists clients in all aspects of wireless licensing, the experimental licensing process, equipment authorizations, and spectrum acquisition through mergers and acquisitions and FCC spectrum auctions. He advises clients on FCC compliance issues related to telecommunications service provider and VoIP regulations, state certification requirements, 911 reliability and call handling, and other related obligations.
Prior to joining Keller and Heckman, Jason was a legal intern in the Policy Division of the FCC’s Media Bureau where he conducted legal research for attorneys’ reference when promulgating rules. He also spent time interning for a national wireless carrier and a national broadcaster where he gained experience negotiating transactional agreements and advising on the FCC’s broadcast licensing rules. Jason’s background in wireless, broadcast, and privacy issues gives him unique perspectives in the telecommunications space when working with clients.
While in law school, Jason served as Technology Editor of the Administrative Law Review and President of the Communications & Media Law Society.
(Admitted to the Bar under D.C. App. R. 46-A (Emergency Examination Waiver); Practicing under the supervision of D.C. Bar members)
- Examined digital piracy and IP theft topics for a national broadcaster’s creative content protection team
- Drafted and edited FCC rulemaking orders on licensing regulations and children’s programming requirements
- Drafted sections of the FCC’s Media Bureau’s ruling in an adjudicatory proceeding involving a program carriage complaint
- Provided guidance on public safety issues including E911, Next Generation 911, emergency preparedness and recovery, and FCC outage reporting rules
- Assisted a corporate client in navigating Chapter 11 bankruptcy through management of its wireless license assets
- Counseled clients on emerging industry developments
- Assisted clients with obtaining state certifications to provide telecommunications services
- Federal Communications Bar Association
- DC Bar Association