Assessing the Sprint-TMobile Merger: Consumers, Competition and the Future of 5G
March 1, 2019
Live debate & discussion presented by Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy
WASHINGTON – Leading opponents and proponents of a Sprint-TMobile merger will debate and discuss the proposed deal at the Capitol Visitor Center on Tuesday, March 5.
The Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice are currently reviewing a proposed merger by leading mobile service providers Sprint and T-Mobile. Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy presents a live debate on what mobile customers and companies stand to gain and lose. A broader panel discussion on consumers, competition, the future of 5G and rural broadband access will follow. Participants include two former FCC Commissioners, leading consumer advocates and industry representatives.
The Hon. Robert McDowell, Partner, Cooley LLP; Former FCC Commissioner
David Goodfriend , President, Goodfriend Government Affairs; Adjunct Professor, Georgetown Law
Alexandra Givens (Moderator), Executive Director, Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy
The Hon. Mignon Clyburn, Former FCC Commissioner
Seth Bloom, President and Founder, Bloom Strategic Counsel
Yosef Getachew, Media & Democracy Program Director, Common Cause
Ben Moncrief, VP of Government Relations, C Spire
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center
First Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20515
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