Mitchell (Rick) Brecher, Esq. is a shareholder at the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP where he heads the firm’s telecommunications practice. He has spent nearly four decades practicing telecommunications law holding positions at several leading telecom companies and, since 1987, has been engaged in private practice.
Prior to entering the private sector, Mr. Brecher was an attorney with the Federal Communications Commission where we was involved in some of that agency’s seminal decisions which opened telecom markets to competition. Mr. Brecher represents wireless and wireline telecom companies, electronic media companies, Internet service providers, Internet content and applications providers, device manufacturers, and corporate users of telecom products and services. His practice includes representation before the FCC, state utility commission, trial and appellate courts. He also is involved in transactional matters on behalf of telecommunications providers and entities such as real estate developers who are engaged in transactions with telecom providers. Mr. Brecher was graduated from Franklin and Marshall College and from the George Washington University Law School.