Monthly Archives: May 2015

How FCC Hurt Its Title II Anti-Stay Case

May 27,2015 The FCC’s latest legal brief opposing a stay of its Open Internet Order, hurt its legal case more than it helped. The FCC brief unwittingly: exposed a glaring internal inconsistency with the FCC’s Open Internet Order; spotlighted its arbitrary and capricious decision-making; and...
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Why Court Very Likely Will Stay FCC’s Title II Reclassification

May 14, 2015 Based on the latest best arguments this week from both the FCC and broadband petitioners, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals is very likely to partially stay the FCC Open Internet Order’s reclassification of broadband as a Title II service and imposition...
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Expect Court to Stay FCC’s Title II Internet Reclassification

May 3, 2015   In the coming weeks, expect the D.C. Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court to grant a partial stay, of only the FCC’s Title II reclassification of broadband and its new “Internet conduct standard” (not the FCC’s net neutrality prohibitions of...
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