Howard Waltzman advises some of the nation’s leading service providers, manufacturers and trade associations in regulatory, compliance and legislative matters, including with respect to privacy; artificial intelligence, cyber-security; and communications services; as well as other complex public policy issues involving technology.
Howard drafts regulatory pleadings and license applications; legislation, Congressional testimony and legislative history; and compliance programs. He appears personally before Members of Congress, Cabinet department officials, FCC and FTC Commissioners, and key Congressional, Administration, FCC and FTC staff, and has testified personally at legislative hearings. Howard also advises clients and assists them in presenting their positions during FCC and FTC rulemakings, Department of Justice and Congressional investigations, FTC enforcement actions and throughout the legislative process. Howard has prepared many witnesses for testimony at Congressional hearings and helped managed document production requests, including subpoenas, from Congressional investigators. He also represents clients in investigations and enforcement actions conducted by State Attorneys General.
Before joining Mayer Brown, Howard served as Chief Telecommunications and Internet Counsel for the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee. He also previously served as General Counsel for Senator Sam Brownback.
Wesleyan University, BA, with honors
Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Master of Public Administration
The George Washington University Law School, 法律博士（JD）
Member, George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics
- Member, International Association of Privacy Professionals
- Member, Federalist Society's Telecommunications and Electronic Media Practice Group Executive Committee
- Recommended for Government Relations and Telecom – Legal 500 US