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About the Author

Mark Brennan

Mark Brennan

Mark W. Brennan is an associate at Hogan Lovells. His practice encompasses broadband technology and consumer protection, with a particular focus on global spectrum policy and mobile privacy. He represents clients before the Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, and other federal and state agencies on a wide array of regulatory and transactional issues related to broadband deployment, mobile applications and location-based services, telemarketing, equipment development, and data security matters.

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  • Regulatory: New technologies, new risks

    Before wireless telephones became ubiquitous, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was a minor compliance issue for most companies. Today, however, the TCPA is a major litigation risk for companies in a variety of industry sectors.

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