Jack and Bailey founded Aegis because of a desire to wake up each day loving what they do and the people with whom they work. From the members of our team to the clients that allowed us to become trusted members of their teams, that goal has been realized. Each day, Aegis strives to create efficiencies and innovation in legal services that bring better quality of work and drive down legal costs for clients. Aegis serves the space industry because we are passionate about the broader service to humanity that space offers, and we can help democratize that access through making legal assistance more accessible.
At Aegis, Will helps Aegis clients obtain space station licenses and market access grants, commercial and experimental earth stations license, and navigate complex processing round rules. Will also supports clients on a wide range of rulemakings before the FCC, helping clients identify relevant policy changes and developing comments, reply comments and ex parte filings where necessary.
Will has served as regulatory and corporate counsel for a variety of satellite and space operators, working on regulatory issues related to Non-Geostationary and Geostationary satellite systems as well New Space matters. He has focused on spectrum and orbital safety issues, working primarily before the FCC to support his clients’ licensing and policy objectives.
Will’s work has also led him to work on space and spectrum issues with a number of other government agencies including the NTIA, NASA, NOAA, the Office of Space Commerce, and branches of the DoD.
Will is admitted to practice law in Maryland and has his J.D. from the Washington College of Law at American University. Will lives in the DC area with his wife, two kids and two cats.
for the commercial space industry
Will focuses his practice in the following areas (with the following percentages showing approximate time spent per area for currrent clients)
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