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Anthony M. Patrone


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Anthony focuses his practice on advising companies in the communications and media industries. He regularly draws on his experience with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to steer clients through transactional, regulatory, and compliance issues before the agency. Anthony primarily works on matters involving wireless and broadband services.

Prior to joining Mintz, Anthony worked as an attorney advisor in the Broadband Division of the FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. In that role, he worked on rulemakings involving broadband internet access, matters involving licensee petitions, and spectrum auctions.

While earning his JD, Anthony served as a legal and privacy intern at a software company that offers a cloud-based data privacy and protection platform. He also held several internships with the FCC, including in the Competition Policy Division of the Wireline Competition Bureau, the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, and the Office of the Chairman under former FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. In law school, he was an associate on the George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law.


What's New in Wireless - January 2024

January 2, 2024 | Blog | By Angela Kung, T. Scott Thompson, Christen B'anca Glenn, Anthony Patrone

The wireless industry has revolutionized the way we connect, from facilitating teleworking, distance learning, and telemedicine to allowing the American public to interact virtually in almost all other aspects of their daily lives. Leading policymakers – federal regulators and legislators – are making it a top priority to ensure that the wireless industry has the tools and resources it needs to keep pace with this evolving landscape. This blog provides monthly updates on actions by federal regulatory bodies responsible for communications policy and Congressional efforts to support wireless connectivity. And this month we highlight the recent events occurring at the 2023 World Radiocommunication Conference.
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  • Member, Federal Communications Bar Association
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