Greg Coutros assists broadcast and broadband clients in regulatory, transactional, and operational matters, such as rulemaking proceedings, FCC compliance, and technical and engineering issues. Greg is currently assisting stations in the completion of the FCC spectrum auction repack transition process.
Greg’s interest in the legal profession comes from his desire to constantly evolve and approach problems in new and exciting ways. Greg is adept at juggling multiple, seemingly diametric tasks. He believes that most problems can be solved through concise and direct verbal communication.
In his personal life, Greg likes to spend his free time running obstacle course races. He recently completed a 13-mile mountain race in upstate New York.
While in law school, Greg focused on regulatory, telecom, intellectual property, and legislative law. He was the Executive Communications and Development Editor of the Administrative Law Review, and completed four internships in both the private and government sectors. Specifically, he interned with PBS and a satellite communications company, and served as Legal Fellow for a member of Congress.