Adam Shoemaker focuses on the legal and regulatory needs of communications clients, particularly before the Federal Communications Commission and state public utility commissions. He has drafted and filed designation petitions and advocacy comments throughout the country for wireless carriers participating in the Lifeline and Link Up programs, which help provide telephone service to low-income Americans. Adam's broadband experience includes a key role on a grant-writing team whose multimillion dollar proposal would create a broadband Internet infrastructure in American Samoa funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.