Steve Rosen

Steve Rosen

Partner at Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP
Joined on July 9, 2024
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Steve Rosen is a partner at Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP. His regulatory practice covers federal grant and aid programs like the Rural Healthcare Program and E-Rate Program, aerospace spectrum use, and the regulation and taxation of telecommunications and information services. Steve’s transactional work focuses on negotiating technology contracts, including software transformations, radio spectrum purchases, and related professional services.

He assists a state university hospital system with compliance to USAC and FCC rules for the Rural Healthcare Program and has helped an urban school district with E-Rate grants and an FCC consent decree. Steve advises the aerospace industry on ensuring 5G services do not interfere with avionics and counsels aerospace manufacturers on spectrum use. His expertise includes FCC rules on common carriers, equipment authorization, and private radio licensing.

Steve has negotiated contracts for transforming state IT systems to cloud-based solutions and updated pension administration systems for a state retirement agency. He also assisted a public utility in acquiring spectrum for its SCADA network. Additionally, he helps clients obtain refunds for misapplied telecom taxes and fees.

Previously, Steve was with Wiley Rein’s FCC regulatory practice and clerked for Judge Michael Farrell. He served as a Second Lieutenant in the Air Force and developed software for medical education.

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On July 22, the FCC's open Internet order - which transforms Internet access service from a lightly regulated information service into a heavily regulated telecommunications service - will take effect. This article describes the policies and legal theories underlying the Order and the Order's effect on consumers of Internet services and providers of the service, including a number of entities that had previously escaped FCC regulation. more

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