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April Fools is NOT April Fools

Today two big events (so far) have occurred.

First, the FCC published its new RF emissions safety standards in the Federal Register.  The new rules become effective on June 1, 2020.  In May I’ll be leading a webinar for our clients and friends on the new rules, and how to implement them.

Second, the T-Mobile Sprint merger closed today.  Who will be the fool has yet to be seen, but Sprint AND T-Mobile cell site landlords (and especially cell site landlords with both Sprint and T-Mobile leases) must be very careful over the coming months.  When they get any papers from anyone representing Sprint, T-Mobile, or the New T-Mobile, they should take the time to carefully consider what’s before them before signing on ANY dotted (or undotted) line.

Jonathan

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By Dr. Jonathan L. Kramer

I'm a broadband and radio frequency engineer who, after spending years as a technology advisor to hundreds of governments and firms around the country, went to law school and became an attorney. Not surprisingly, my area of law is telecommunications.

I have a Juris Doctor degree, a Masters of Law degree in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law, and a Doctorate in Law and Policy.

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