Brooklyn Law School professor Jonathan Askin is the founding director of the Brooklyn Law Incubator Clinic (BLIP), which functions like a law firm that represents Internet, new media, communications, and other tech entrepreneurs and innovators on both business and policy advocacy.
Askin has 15 years of experience in the communications industry in both the public and private sectors. He played a key role in the tech task force of President Barack Obama’s election campaign, served as president and general counsel for the Association for Local Telecommunications Services, and was a senior attorney at the Federal Communications Commission.
Askin, a sought-after and frequent news commentator on anything technology related, has recently commented in:
• Fox Business News and Computerworld: on Crowdsourcing
• TechCrunch, The Daily Beast, and The Business Insider: on Google, Verizon Compromise, Net Neutrality Debate
• ECommerceTimes: on Facebook Lawsuit, Verizon’s $90M Reimbursement
• Christian Science Monitor: on FCC regulations, Social Media and Elections
• New York Post: on a public ad campaign and art
• This Week in Law podcast: on Net Neutrality Debate
• IT & Telecom News: on FCC regulations
• Law360: on Consumer Reports’ Review of the iPhone
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