Eduardo Guzmán represents telecommunications, media and technology (TMT) companies on regulatory and dispute resolution matters in the US and Latin America. He regularly advises carriers and providers on the implications of regulatory policy involving telecommunications, broadband, video services, and emerging technologies. On the dispute resolution front, he defends TMT companies in litigation, administrative proceedings, appellate matters, and arbitration proceedings that require a deep understanding of the telecommunications industry and its regulatory frameworks.
Mr Guzmán also has experience advising international companies and government entities in the development of public-private partnerships (“P3s”) and similr projects in the telecommunications and technology sectors, including projects for the deployment of fiber optics, conduit, and infrastructure to support broadband deployment.
Mr Guzmán has extensive experience in the Caribbean, where he has more than 15 years of experience represent government entities, corporations, and industry groups in Puerto Rico and has counseled companies considering entering the Cuban market.
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