On September 27, 2018, the FCC released its much-anticipated order governing small cell deployment. Most significantly, the order set “presumptively reasonable fees” and a presumptively reasonable “shot clock” governing application processing time. Small Cell Fees The FCC concluded that small wireless facilities right-of-way (“ROW”) access fees, fees for the use of government property in the […]
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Jason Danowsky’s practice focuses on professional and vocational license representation and telecommunications regulatory support. Jason provides representation before licensing boards that regulate a host of professionals such as engineers, nurses, accountants, pharmacists, counselors, electricians, alarm installers, and loan originators.
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The National Verifier for Lifeline service providers hard launches on November 2nd for Colorado, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. There was a soft launch on October 15th for Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, New Hampshire, North Dakota and South Dakota. Here is a link for the USAC webpage that describes the national verifier: https://www.usac.org/li/tools/national-verifier/default.aspx Service […]
This is the seventh part in an ongoing series in which we review some of the changes to Board of Nursing (BON) rules after its recent Sunset review. On March 2, 2018, the Board of Nursing proposed changes to Rule 217.16 regarding Unprofessional Conduct. These rules have not yet become effective. Unlike the other rule […]
This is the sixth part in an ongoing series in which we review some of the changes to Board of Nursing (BON) rules and law after its recent Sunset review. During the Sunset process, the Texas legislature decided that the BON should be required “to remove a nurse’s disciplinary action from the board’s website and […]
This is the fifth part in an ongoing series in which we review some of the changes to Board of Nursing (BON) rules and law after its recent Sunset review. On December 8, 2017, the Board of Nursing proposed changes to Rule 217.16 regarding Unprofessional Conduct. These rules became effective on February 25, 2018. The […]