Robert G. Scott, Jr.’s primary focus has been the specialized laws affecting cable, telecommunications, wireless, and Internet service providers. He advises clients on laws governing communications networks (including the federal Communications Act, rules of the FCC), competition, information privacy, advanced advertising, cybersecurity, and data loss.
He is an IAPP Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM). Bob assists clients in transactions affecting communications networks, including regulatory approvals, service agreements, and the transfer of data.
In conjunction with his counseling practice, Bob has deep experience as lead counsel in disputes across the country involving cable and telecommunications franchising, government fees on Internet services, federal preemption of state and local laws, competitive pricing and antitrust, First Amendment rights, access to public and private rights of way, and pole attachments.
Bob has also resolved disputes and litigated cases involving fraud, trade secrets, unfair competition, financial services, real estate, and myriad corporate and partnership contract disputes. From 2007-2011, Bob served as co-chair of the firm’s communications practice. He is a member of the firm’s communications practice as well as its Litigation Steering Committee.
- Partner, Cole, Raywid & Braverman LLP, 1996-2006
- Associate, Cole, Raywid & Braverman LLP, 1987-1995
Professional & Community Activities:
- International Association of Privacy Professionals
- American Bar Association
- Federal Communications Bar Association
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