2020 Election Outcome: Telecom, Media, and Tech Impacts of the November 2020 Elections – A Complimentary Webinar

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Wednesday, November 4, 2020
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM Central Standard Time
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM Pacific Standard Time

The outcome of the 2020 US presidential and congressional elections will have great consequences, both short-term and long-term, for companies and institutional investors in the telecom, media, and tech (TMT) sector.

Please join Morgan Lewis TMT practice leader Andy Lipman for a complimentary post-election TMT industry overview. Based on what we will learn from the November 3 election results, Andy will explore the following day, in considerable detail, the likely policy and practical ramifications of a re-election of President Donald Trump or, alternatively, the election of former Vice President Joe Biden on the legal, antitrust, and regulatory landscape of issues affecting the TMT sector.

He will also closely examine results for the House and Senate chambers, especially likely relevant committee and subcommittee makeup of the commerce and other relevant committees. Andy will also forecast the likely US government-led scenarios that the industry will face over the next four years as well as possible policy changes and the makeup of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the US Department of Justice (DOJ), and other relevant government agencies.


  • Future White House, FCC chairman and congressional TMT sector agendas
  • Competition policy and DOJ/FCC antitrust scenarios in the TMT sector
  • Internet and net neutrality impact, including possible ISP rate regulation and unbundling
  • RDOF rural broadband, universal service, and interconnection policies
  • Spectrum policy, including the pending C-band auction, spectrum sharing, and future mid-band spectrum auctions
  • Special access services, telco network unbundling, and possible future set top box regulation
  • Broadband internet privacy/data security, state and national privacy laws
  • Future 5G, IoT, and artificial intelligence regulation and policy
  • TV, radio, and cable media ownership limits and regulation US/China foreign trade policy relating to TMT and related national security issues, including future TMT foreign ownership
  • COVID-19 and recovery policy impacting the TMT sector Autonomous vehicles, satellites, and space policy


Please contact David Fendig.