Craig E. Gilmore has more than 15 years of experience in telecommunications, administrative law and appellate litigation. He represents major telecommunications and infrastructure companies -- and their trade associations -- in rulemaking and adjudicatory proceedings before the FCC and in appellate litigation before the federal courts. Mr. Gilmore provides counsel on wireless and infrastructure compliance matters, including licensing, buildout, renewal, antenna structure registration, environmental compliance, spectrum leasing and ownership reporting, as well as the FCC regulatory aspects of transactions, including mergers, asset swaps, tower deals, internal restructurings, and infrastructure joint ventures. His practice also includes representation in FCC complaint proceedings.
Mr. Gilmore’s representative proceedings include advanced wireless services, antenna structure registration/Part 17, back-up power, cellular and microwave re-writes, Commercial Mobile Radio Services spectrum cap, migratory birds, Mobile Satellite Service flexibility, Personal Communications Services, universal licensing, wireless competition, wireless innovation, and 800 MHz rebanding. He has conducted seminars and developed training materials and compliance guidelines for clients covering the FCC and its regulations, including wireless and antenna structure compliance issues.
Member, Federal Communications Bar Association
Intern, Honorable Eugene N. Hamilton, The Superior Court of the District of Columbia
Associate Editor, Catholic University Law Review