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Richard L. Brown, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1969, District of Columbia 1973, United States Court Appeals (District of Columbia circuit) 1974, United States Court of Claims 1980, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1980. President Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivors Network, 2000—2004; Member American Bar Association, Federal Communications Bar Association.

Background

Brown, Richard L. was born on November 9, 1944 in New York City. Son of S. Robert and Frances S. Brown.

Education

Emory University (Bachelor of Arts, 1966). New York University (Juris Doctor, 1969).

Career

Worked at Brown Nietert & Kaufman, Chartered (Washington, DC) specializing in Telecommunications. Admitted to the bar, 1969, New York. 1972, District of Columbia and United States.

District Court for the District of Columbia. 1973, United States. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. 1974, United States. Claims Court.

1980, United States. Supreme Court. Co-Author: with Finn, The Satellite Earth Station Zoning Book, Questions and Answers About Satellite Earth Stations and The Business of Private Cable Television (SMATV), Society for Private and Commercial Earth Stations, 1983. "Section 605 of the Communications Act: Teaching a Salty Old Sea Dog New Tricks," Catholic University Law Review, Volume 34, Spring 1985.

Member: District of Columbia Bar. American Bar Association. Federal Communications Bar Association.

Membership

President Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivors Network, 2000—2004. Member American Bar Association, Federal Communications Bar Association.

Connections

Son of Son of B.; children: Jesselyn Alicia, Justin Alexander, Jeremy Brandon, Matthew Tyler, Garrett William.