Joshua M. Bobeck advises communications industry clients regarding state and federal regulation, commercial transactions, and disputes related to the provision of broadband, video and voice services. Joshua litigates and arbitrates disputes before state and federal courts and regulators. He also assists clients through advocacy in rulemaking, enforcement and other state and federal administrative proceedings, including negotiating and arbitrating interconnection agreements under the 1996 Telecommunications Act.
Joshua represents communications companies in key proceedings regarding intercarrier compensation, network neutrality, pole attachments, broadband, and Internet Protocol–Enabled Services.
Joshua also represents clients in federal and state court regarding appeals of Federal Communication Commission (FCC) and state public service commission decisions and in commercial litigation. For example, Joshua has litigated carrier disputes regarding intercarrier compensation, the regulatory treatment of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services, pole attachments, and network interconnection. He also experience advising clients regarding the risks of such litigation and has helped clients reach favorable settlements.
Prior to entering private practice, Joshua advocated on telecommunications competition issues before the FCC, Congress, courts, state commissions, and state legislatures on behalf of the Competition Policy Institute (CPI). Before joining CPI, he worked in legislative affairs for the US General Services Administration. At the GSA, Joshua was detailed to the US Attorney’s Office in the District of Columbia, serving as a special assistant US attorney, prosecuting criminal cases in DC Superior Court.
Boston College Law School, 1992, Juris Doctor
Rutgers University, 1989, Bachelor of Arts
District of Columbia
US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit