Brendon Pinkard | Wiley Rein

The National Law Journal


Verizon FiOS users in Washington, New York and several other cities have 35-year-old Wiley Rein partner Brendon Pinkard to thank for their cable television. From 2004 to 2010, Pinkard worked on Verizon franchise agreements that affected more than 5 million households in East Coast cities. As part of his work for Verizon, he negotiated the agreements with the cities, developed advocacy plans to win city council support for the deals and testified at public hearings before city councils.

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