Broadband ISPs, wireless providers, and cable operators rely on K.C. Halm for experienced counsel on a wide range of broadband policy and competition matters involving wireless licensing and spectrum acquisition, privacy and special access regulations, and state attorney general and PSC investigations. K.C. also advises the firm’s emerging technology clients on issues arising in the use of AI and machine learning applications under existing and emerging legal frameworks.
Clients operating in the industrial IoT sectors rely upon K.C. for strategic and transactional counsel in acquiring spectrum licenses and leases to support such applications. In addition, K.C. litigates network access, interconnection, and competition issues for clients in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies.
In addition, K.C. advises clients on privacy and data/network security issues under federal and state law, with a recent focus on issues arising under the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), the telephone and cable privacy sections of the Telecommunications Act (CPNI), and mobile privacy and location-based services.
Proud to represent America’s veterans, K.C. provides pro bono counsel to vets on disability and related claims before the Veterans Administration and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
K.C.’s clients include Comcast, Charter Communications, Cricket Communications (Leap Wireless), IPC Spectrum LLC, JAB Wireless Broadband, Mediacom Communications, Rogers Communications, Shentel, Suddenlink/Altice USA, Tampnet, and Wave Broadband.
- Cole, Raywid & Braverman LLP, Associate, Washington, D.C., 1999-2006
- KPMG Peat Marwick, Senior Consultant, 1995-1996
- Hooper Hooper Owen & Gould, Legislative Assistant,1991-1995
- U.S. Senate Finance Committee, Chairman Lloyd Bentsen (D-Texas), Clerk, 1989-1991
Professional & Community Activities:
- Professional & Community Activities
- JJ’s Tournament, Inc. – Nonprofit organization in support of funding for autism research
- Lawyers Serving Warriors – Pro bono assistance to veterans
- J.D., American University Washington College of Law, 1999, cum laude
- American University Administrative Law Review, Articles Editor
- Recipient, 1999 Award for Outstanding Admin. Law Review Article
- “Bechtel v. FCC: The Beginning of the End of the FCC’s Comparative Hearing Process,” 50 Admin. Law Review 491
- B.A., Political Science, History, Ithaca College, 1989
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