Jonathan Nadler

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Jack is a partner in Squire Sanders’ Washington, DC, office, where he focuses his practice on telecommunications regulation. Jack has worked extensively on issues regarding telecommunication liberalisation, competitive safeguards and the regulation of IP-based services. He also has substantial experience in communications-related antitrust matters. He has advised governments and regulatory authorities in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South America. Since 1999, he has served as a legal adviser to the government of Singapore regarding the introduction of competition in the telecommunications, media and postal sectorsIn the United States, Jack has represented communications industry clients including regulated telephone companies (both wireline and wireless), information service providers, computer and communications equipment manufacturers, and large corporate users. He was actively involved in the legislative proceedings leading to the adoption of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, major FCC implementation proceedings and numerous court of appeals cases growing out of the Act before the United States Courts of Appeals. He subsequently advised operators regarding licensing, interconnection, unbundling and resale issues. Jack’s extensive experience in antitrust (competition) law matters includes counselling communications clients regarding such issues as vertical and horizontal integration, exclusive program distribution agreements, price discrimination and predatory pricing.

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