Phillips Lytle LLP’s David E. Bronston Participates In Wireless Summit

Monday, October 20, 2014 - 15:22

David E. Bronston, special counsel with Phillips Lytle LLP, participated in a panel discussion at the Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association’s Fall In-Building Wireless Summit on October 22 in Washington, DC.  A frequent panelist at regional and national wireless industry events, hewas a panelist in a discussion titled “Regulation & Spectrum Allocation.”

The Fall Summit is one of the largest congregations of northeast wireless professionals and end-users in the fields of DAS, small cells, real estate, commercial development, construction and telecom.

Mr. Bronston, secretary of the New York State Wireless Association, focuses his practice on telecommunications infrastructure and has extensive experience with network licensing and the intersection of telecommunications infrastructure with real estate. He has represented public and private property owners nationwide in license agreements, right of way agreements and other access agreements with telecommunications service providers. He has also represented all types of telecommunications service providers and carriers (with a particular expertise in Distributed Antenna System networks) in negotiating franchise agreements with local governments and obtaining all necessary legislative authorizations and administrative licenses, permits and approvals.

Mr. Bronston has over two decades of experience in the telecommunications industry and is a former general counsel for the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. He frequently speaks on the topic of telecommunications and has written extensively on telecommunications matters. He was selected for the Metro New York Super Lawyers® list, 2006-2010, 2013 and 2014, and is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell.

Mr. Bronston is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association as well as a member of BWG Strategy LLC’s Board of Advisors. He also serves on the board of directors for The Adirondack Council, Parks and Trails New York and the New York City chapter of the NY League of Conservation Voters.