SBE Law Update
with Patrick Cross of Brooks Pierce
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Patrick Cross
Who: Patrick Cross
From: Brooks Pierce
What: SBE Law Update
When: April 9, 2024 at 6:30 PM
Where: Virtual Zoom Meeting - Register Here

The SBE is an advocate for its members on regulatory and legislative issues at the FCC, NTIA, Capitol Hill, and beyond that affect broadcast engineers. The Society's focus on these issues is driven by the SBE Board, Government Relations Committee, Regulatory Counsel, as well as interested members like you.

Our April meeting will feature Patrick Cross, part of SBE's Regulatory Counsel team from Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP (Brooks Pierce). Brooks Pierce is a Raleigh, NC based law firm that serves businesses, government, non-profit institutions, trade associations and individuals. As outlined below, The Regulatory Counsel team is highly experienced with broadcast technical regulatory issues. We anticipate discussing SBE's current legislative issues.

Patrick Cross counsels media and broadcasting clients of all sizes on a myriad of issues involving FCC regulatory compliance, FCC enforcement matters, programming, technical matters, and ownership issues. He also represents broadcasters and individuals in resolving intellectual property disputes both outside of and in state and federal courts.

Meeting Attendees

Patrick Cross
Joshua Griffin
William Harrison
Eric Hoehn
Barry Mishkind
David Morgan
James O’Neal
Tim Sawyer
Dale Scherbring
Robert Shanks
Todd Washburn
Raymond Wilke