Christopher Waldron focuses his practice on advising small businesses and corporations in their dealings with state and federal regulations as they seek to bring their products into the marketplace. Mr. Waldron’s experience working as an in-house attorney on both state and federal regulatory issues has given him the knowledge and experience to keep clients on an efficient and cost effective path to achieve their goals. He has advised clients in the telecommunications, energy and service industries in their dealings with the Federal Communications Commission, The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and various state regulatory agencies as they sought to bring their goods and services to the public. Also, he has extensive litigation experience in state court, administrative courts and electronic discovery.
Mr. Waldron graduated from New York Law School in 1997 and is a 1994 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University. He is admitted to practice in Washington, DC, New York* and New Jersey*.
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The telecommunications industry has changed significantly during our lifetimes. It’s the foundation of change for our society and helping organizations navigate those changes is where this firm best helps its clients.
This firm represents telecommunications service providers in transactional matters before the FCC and state public utility commissions. Some of the issues worked on by our office include but are not limited to market entry, competition, spectrum auctions, deregulation and bridging the digital divide.
Mr. Waldron is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association and has worked on telecommunications issues as part of the Broadband Telecommunications Opportunities Program. These experiences give this firm the ability to advise organizations as an outside general counsel or subject matter expert to address the various issues facing telecommunications companies today.
Chris advises energy companies in federal, state and local energy issues. He served as Manager of Regulatory Affairs/In house counsel at ACN Energy where he specialized in electric and natural gas regulatory matters. Chris is also a litigator where he has advised clients on litigation strategy, prepped witnesses and conducted cross examinations before federal regulatory commissions.