With a passion for perfection and attention to detail, Craig is often requested by clients for his excellence in written advocacy and legal research. Representing clients for more than two decades in proceedings before the FCC and appellate courts, he provides advice on numerous aspects of wireless spectrum and competition policy and infrastructure deployment.
Craig’s efforts and advocacy in bringing wireless coverage to previously unserved areas in northern Michigan helped to establish a roadmap for overcoming infrastructure siting obstacles. He also authored a Supreme Court amicus brief in a case that clarified how local governments must respond to tower construction requests, and has contributed to numerous appellate briefs in cases involving the open Internet, satellite licensing, and broadband deployment.
Craig has conducted seminars and helped clients to develop training compliance materials covering wireless and infrastructure regulations. He also has spoken on several panels addressing wireless broadband deployment.
- Authored Supreme Court amicus brief in a case clarifying how local governments must respond to tower construction requests
- Helped secure FCC tower approval in multi-year proceeding establishing a roadmap for overcoming infrastructure siting obstacles
- Provides strategic advice and counsel touching on numerous aspects of wireless spectrum and infrastructure policy
Co-chaired the firm’s advisory committee to improve firm processes, promote the sharing of ideas, and maximize attorney-staff collaboration