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Promotions All Around in FCC's Enforcement Bureau

Promotions All Around in FCC's Enforcement Bureau
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William Davenport is the new chief of the FCC Enforcement Bureau's investigations and hearings division, and Hillary De Nigro has been named deputy chief. Cathy Carpino and David Brown have been appointed assistant division chiefs. James Shook and David Janas have been named special counsels in the division.
Davenport previously served as deputy chief and assistant chief of the investigations and hearings Division. Prior to that, Davenport was legal advisor to the chief of the Enforcement Bureau.
De Nigro previously as served assistant chief of the investigations and hearings division and prior to that was an attorney advisor in that division. Before joining the Commission in 2001, Ms. De Nigro practiced commercial litigation in the D.C. offices of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP.
Carpino comes from the Wireline Competition Bureau's competition policy division, where she worked as a senior attorney on broadband matters.
Brown previously served as an attorney advisor in the investigations and hearings division.
Shook has worked for the commission since 1980, most recently serving as a senior trial attorney in the investigations and hearings division. Shook served in the former Broadcast and Mass Media Bureaus, before joining the Enforcement Bureau at its inception in 1999.
Janas previously served as an attorney advisor in the investigations and hearings division. Before joining the Commission in 2001, Janas was an associate at the firms of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. and Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, LLP, specializing in telecommunications and litigation.

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