Rimon Representing Crow Creek Tribe of South Dakota and the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska in their Opposition to the FCC’s 5G Exemptions
Insights Stephen Díaz Gavin · October 19, 2018
Rimon Partner, Stephen Díaz Gavin, was instrumental in the representation of the Crow Creek Tribe of South Dakota and the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska in their opposition to the FCC’s 5G exemptions. As one of only two firms with expertise in judicial review of FCC decisions in the case, Rimon played a key role in developing, shaping and finalizing the arguments made to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Rimon’s Team also played a lead role in shaping the administrative law arguments demonstrating that the FCC had violated the National Historic Preservation Act, a key element of the case. Read the full article here.
Stephen Díaz Gavin is a Partner in Rimon’s Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Díaz Gavin combines legal acumen and litigation experience with public policy advocacy skills to help a diverse range of clients, both international and domestic, in dealing with legal and policy issues facing them in the United States and overseas.
Mr. Díaz Gavin specializes in international litigation and arbitration, including sovereign representation. In addition, for more than 30 years, he has represented companies and individuals in matters before the Federal Communications Commission. Over the years, he has also advised foreign governments and foreign government entities on issues involving various aspects of relations with the United States.
In addition to work for his international clients, Stephen also advises domestic clients in the energy, communications, and technology fields on various legislative issues. He also has led teams on administrative and civil litigation matters, including appellate cases, for clients in varied fields. Read Stephen’s full bio.