We hope this news finds you to be healthy and adjusting to the new normal during this unusual time.  Despite the pandemic, there are some exciting changes taking place at Telecommunications Law Professionals PLLC (TLP) that we wanted to let you know about:

First, we are pleased to announce that Gregg Skall, formerly of the transatlantic firm Womble Bond Dickinson, joined TLP as a Member on September 1, 2020.  Gregg is a highly-regarded communications attorney who handles diverse regulatory and transactional matters for broadcasters, telecommunications service providers, and equipment manufacturers, both domestically and internationally.  Here is a link to Gregg’s bio on the TLP website:

Gregg represents numerous media companies before the FCC and Congress and acts as Washington counsel to several state broadcasting associations.  He served on the US Department of State Advisory Committee on International Communications & Information Policy.  Prior to entering private practice, Gregg served as the Chief Counsel for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and Acting General Counsel to the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy.

Gregg has been honored with excellent peer-group rankings (e.g., Super Lawyers; Best Lawyers in America).  He also has long held the top preeminent peer AV rating for both professional excellence and ethics from Martindale-Hubbell.

Second, TLP is also excited to have Ashley Brydone-Jack join us as an associate.  Ashley spent two years as a Judicial Law Clerk to The Honorable Robert R. Rigsby at the District of Columbia Superior Court after graduating from the George Washington University Law School (GW Law) in May of 2018.  During law school, Ashley was an Articles Editor of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal, a law journal covering intellectual property matters that is jointly published by the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the George Washington University Law School.  Ashley also held a judicial internship while she was at GW Law with The Honorable Chief Judge Anna E. Blackstone-Rigsby of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.  Here is a link to Ashley’s bio on the TLP website:

Third, as you may have noticed from recent communications from us, TLP has a new domain and website: Searches or emails directed to our old domain ( will still get to us.  But you can save some keystrokes with the new, shorter address. If you follow the link to our new website, you can easily download an updated address card for each of our professionals.


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