Langley & Bromberg LLC represents the interests of electric utilities in pole attachment, joint use, colocation, fiber deployment, telecom and other infrastructure access related matters. Our firm works closely with clients to shape and navigate the regulatory landscape with respect to pole attachments, joint use and colocation issues.
Our attorneys negotiate pole attachment and joint use agreements, represent clients in state and federal regulatory proceedings, and represent clients in state and federal court litigation involving pole attachment and joint use-related disputes. We regularly practice at the Federal Communications Commission and numerous state public utility commissions. We also assist clients with state legislation and rule development in the fields of pole attachments, joint use, colocation and fiber deployment.
Our attorneys work with clients to draft and negotiate contracts allowing for colocation of communications equipment on various types of existing electric infrastructure, including communications towers, transmission structures and streetlights.
In addition to our infrastructure access focus, we assist clients in a number of other areas in the field of telecommunications, including fiber deployment, spectrum licensing, and other telecom-related matters.
Langley & Bromberg LLC represents electric utilities in resolving spent nuclear fuel claims against the United States. These matters involve recovering mitigation damages from the Government related to the Department of Energy’s failure to retrieve spent nuclear fuel from commercial nuclear sites for storage at a permanent repository. We have assisted our clients in obtaining hundreds of millions of dollars in damages from the Government.