Kevin DiLallo has been a partner with LB3 since 1998 and has practiced Information and Communications Technology (“ICT”) law with a focus on transactional and regulatory matters for over 30 years.
Kevin’s practice has largely followed various major technological developments from inception to refinement and deployment and finally widespread commercial availability. From the emergence of the Internet to the authorization and roll-out of commercial mobile radio (cellular and PCS) services to the development of a standard for the digital HDTV we have today, Kevin was at the center of each of those developments negotiating contracts with equipment and service providers, financial institutions, licensees, ISPs, peering arrangement providers, data center operators, systems integrators, SaaS providers, and – always – the largest customers each of these providers has, in their capacity as customers and users. Along the way, Kevin has been involved in pivotal rulemaking proceedings, primarily before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), but also the New York Public Service Commission, on matters such as the appropriate regulatory classification of Internet access service, Net Neutrality, Advanced Television Service standards setting, and a wide range of regulator matters affecting large users of CMRS, landline, and Internet services.
Most recently, Kevin spearheaded a pro bono representation of the National Association of the Deaf and more than 30 other hearing- and speech-impaired rights organizations in persuading the FCC to require text messaging providers to make three-digit text access to national suicide counseling resources commencing in July 2022.
Kevin regularly speaks at conferences, writes articles, and records podcasts regarding ICT-related matters of current interest to large enterprises, including privacy and data security issues, 5G, the Internet of Things, and governance.
- District of Columbia
- New York
- District of Columbia Court of Appeals
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit
- U.S. District Court, District of Columbia
- Case Western Reserve University, J.D.
- University of Virginia, B.A.
- Federal Communications Bar Association