With well over a decade of experience, Emily Daniels represents and advises communications companies on a variety of regulatory, policy, and compliance matters. She has aided clients, large and small, in successfully navigating communications-related issues at the federal and state level, including numerous rulemaking proceedings.
Emily’s practice is focused on wireline, broadband, and wireless issues. She has represented clients in multi-year rulemaking proceedings regarding the Universal Service Fund, intercarrier compensation, emergency calling, rural call completion, and business data services. Emily also has advised numerous clients on wide-ranging accessibility issues, including the regulatory obligations that apply to providers of Telecommunications Relay Services and requirements related to the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act.
In addition, Emily has counseled a number of clients on mergers and licensing matters. For example, Emily has aided many companies in filing and advocating for proposed transactions at both the federal and state level. She also has completed numerous foreign ownership reviews before the Federal Communications Commission and Team Telecom.
Before joining LMKL, Emily spent several years with another law firm, where her practice was focused on advising and representing broadcasters. She also has worked as a clerk for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia’s Pro Se Unit and as a teacher in South Africa.