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Justin Castillo

Justin G. Castillo is a partner in the law firm of Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP ("LB3"), where he represents enterprise customers in transactions for telecommunications and technology products and services. His work includes:

* Counseling enterprise clients on the strategic and tactical aspects of vendor management and procurement;
* Drafting RFPs and RFIs;
* Negotiating agreements (including MSAs, service schedules and SLAs) for voice and data services, including wireless, local, interexchange, and SIP trunking;
* Negotiating agreements for IT products and services, including cloud services; outsourcing, managed and professional services, software licensing, privacy; security services; telecom expense management, mobile device management, and PCI assessments;
* Drafting BYOD policies, acceptable use policies, and privacy policies;
* Representing enterprises in disputes with carriers before the FCC, in federal court, and in arbitration proceedings; and
* Representing enterprise customers in regulatory proceedings.

Justin also serves as an adjunct professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center.

Before joining LB3, Justin joined the Department of Justice as a trial attorney through the Honors Program and litigated cases involving the False Claims Act from 1994 through 1997. He also clerked for the Honorable John A. Terry of the D.C. Court of Appeals.

He is a member of the state bars of California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, and Washington, D.C.

Follow Justin on Twitter: @telecomattorney

 
Recent posts by Justin


September 28, 2016
Enterprises migrating to Skype for Business have choices when selecting the right elements to form a complete Unified Communications system. One thing thats not optional is the need for seamless, feat...
September 15, 2016
Over the past few years, unified communications has promised to improve employee efficiency and bring disparate communication modes together. But the end result has been vendor lock-in and limited fle...
August 24, 2016
The modern workplace has undergone significant change, and traditional ways of communicating and getting work done are no longer effective. These days, working smarter and more effectively is the diff...