GrayRobinson attorney Gary Resnick talks with the WSJ about how across the U.S., 5G network builders are running into local resistance

Posted by Abercrombie Communications

September 11, 2018


Fort Lauderdale attorney Gary Resnick talks with the Wall Street Journal about the growing controversy around the U.S. of so-called small cell solutions in public right of ways.

Resnick is a member (and former chair of) the FCC’s Intergovernmental Advisory Committee. A former director of law and public policy for one of the nation’s largest cable and broadband companies, Resnick also represents Florida’s Martin County, as well as a handful of cities around Florida, in negotiations and policies regarding such right of way wireless technologies. He’s with Florida-wide law firm GrayRobinson.

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