About the Blog
TMT Perspectives examines developments at the intersection of business, law and policy in the technology, media and telecom sectors. These sectors spur rapid change. Business models quickly adapt and investments are made. Changes in law and policy follow and are seldom neutral. Understanding this ecology is important to understanding the TMT markets themselves.
Here we highlight business, legal and policy developments that have the potential to affect large-scale change in the TMT sectors. The focus through which we do this are the New York financial markets and the Washington, D.C. legal and policy prism.
About the Authors
Jim Stenger, Counsel
Jim Stenger represents clients before the Federal Communications Commission and handles transactions and administrative and court litigation involving FCC-regulated businesses. He has extensive experience in all areas of FCC practice and has successfully represented many investors and service providers in obtaining valuable FCC authorizations and interests in media, wireless, telecommunications, and international properties. He also regularly handles a wide variety of business transactions for these clients and represents large scale users of telecommunications services such as information service providers. Jim has successfully represented clients in FCC rulemakings, administrative and enforcement proceedings, private court litigation, and appeals of administrative decisions.
Jim has a graduate law degree, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center. He earned his Bachelor of Arts, with honors, from Glasgow University.
Sean McGuinness, Counsel
Sean McGuinness is a member of Chadbourne’s Telecom, Media & Technology practice. He has extensive experience as a corporate transactional and securities lawyer, particularly in the telecom, energy, and pharmaceuticals industries, where he has helped clients bring new technologies to market. His experience includes numerous merger and acquisition transactions, public and private securities offerings, securities law compliance, corporate governance, joint ventures and general corporate and business advice.
Sean earned a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, from Tufts University, and a graduate law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.