Adam D. Krinsky advises communications providers, equipment manufacturers, and trade associations on strategic, policy, and legal matters and represents their interests before the Federal Communications Commission and the Executive Branch. His practice principally focuses on wireless, broadband, satellite, and competition policy issues.
Adam joined Wilkinson Barker after five years at the FCC, where he held several senior positions. From 1999-2001, he served as Legal Advisor and then Senior Legal Advisor to FCC Commissioner Gloria Tristani. In that capacity, he advised the Commissioner on spectrum-related matters, including wireless and emerging technologies, international telecommunications, and satellite issues. Later, he served as Special Counsel to the FCC’s General Counsel, focusing on broadband policy and spectrum matters, as well as homeland security issues. Adam began his career at the FCC in the International Bureau, where he served first as an attorney and then as Senior Legal Advisor to the Bureau Chief. In that capacity, he provided counsel on WTO implementation, foreign market-entry issues, and Internet-related matters. Prior to joining the FCC, Adam practiced telecommunications law in the Washington, DC office of an international law firm.