| Steve Kaminer's practice
focuses on communications law
broadcasting and wireless issues, as well as matters relating to
electronic equipment regulated by the Federal Communications
Commission. Steve advises companies and individuals on all aspects of
Federal regulation of communications services, facilities and products.
He served at the Federal Communications Commission in various
capacities from 1983 until August of 1999. Prior to joining the firm,
his most recent position was Legal Advisor to the Chief of the Office
of Engineering & Technology. In that capacity, he advised the
Chief Engineer as to the legal and policy implications of decisions
involving spectrum allocation, radiofrequency emissions limits and the
Commission's equipment authorization program. Previously, Steve served
as Legal Advisor to FCC Commissioners Sherrie P. Marshall and Mimi
Weyforth Dawson. He also served as Deputy Chief of the Policy &
Rules Division of the FCC's Mass Media Bureau and as Acting Chief of
the Office of Legislative Affairs. Prior to joining the FCC, Mr.
Kaminer was an associate at the New York law firm of White &
where he concentrated on securities and corporate law.
Mr. Kaminer graduated
from Amherst College
in 1974. He received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1979. Steve is a
member of the Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland and New York