Rini O'Neil, PC is a Washington, DC law firm representing telecom, media and technology clients before Congress, the FCC and in communications-related transactions.
Rini O'Neil, PC
1200 New Hampshire Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20036Phone: +1.202.296.2007
David G. O'Neil
Mr. O'Neil's practice concentrates on the representation of television, radio, satellite, Internet and telecommunications companies. He has an extensive background in corporate transactions, administrative litigation and FCC licensing matters.
Mr. O'Neil's specific experience includes the negotiation of a multi-party agreement that enabled the FCC to grant orbital satellite locations to each competing satellite applicant, allowing his client to raise substantial financing. He also successfully litigated rule-making proceedings at the FCC to change the community of license for radio stations, which increased the value of clients' broadcast properties. In addition, he drafts and negotiates purchase agreements for the acquisition of broadcast properties and advises clients regarding the formation and structure of holding companies.
Jonathan E. Allen
Mr. Allen’s practice focuses on wireless, Internet, broadband, technology, media and broadcast matters. He provides strategic and legal guidance regarding Federal Communications Commission regulations, licensing and policy for matters such as spectrum acquisition, risk assessment, due diligence, regulatory compliance, litigation, and franchising. He represents clients in financing matters, mergers, acquisitions, and other corporate transactions. He appears before the Commission and in federal court with respect to administrative litigation matters. Mr. Allen advises ISPs and website operators regarding risk assessment and regulatory compliance matters, particularly for cutting-edge Internet services such as social networking sites and blogs.
David J. Kaufman
David Kaufman’s practice focuses on telecommunications law, with particular emphasis in the field of wireless – including wireless telephony, fixed operations (point-to-point and point-to-multi-point), private radio/public safety operations, wireless broadband, site leasing and tower collocation transactions, as well as traditional broadcast services. Mr. Kaufman has broad experience in administrative litigation in matters involving the FCC and other administrative agencies. In addition, he has served as both lead transactional counsel and communications counsel in telecommunications mergers and acquisitions. He also has experience in assisting communications companies seeking to raise debt or equity funding.