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Verizon FCC Net Neutrality Ruling

Verizon FCC Net Neutrality Ruling

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FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT
 Argued September 9, 2013 Decided January 14, 2014  No. 11-1355 V
ERIZON
, A
PPELLANT
 v. F
EDERAL
C
OMMUNICATIONS
C
OMMISSION
, A
PPELLEE
 I
 NDEPENDENT
T
ELEPHONE
&
 
T
ELECOMMUNICATIONS
A
LLIANCE
,
 ET AL
., I
 NTERVENORS
 Consolidated with 11-1356 On Petition For Review and Notice of Appeal of an Order of the Federal Communications Commission
 Helgi C. Walker 
 argued the cause for appellant/petitioner Verizon. With her on the briefs were
 Eve Klindera Reed 
,
William S. Consovoy
,
 Brett A. Shumate
,
Walter E. Dellinger 
,
 Anton Metlitsky
,
Samir C. Jain
,
Carl W. Northrup
,
 Michael  Lazarus
,
 Andrew Morentz 
,
 Michael E. Glover 
,
William H.  Johnson
,
Stephen B. Kinnaird 
, and
 Mark A. Stachiw. John T. Scott III 
 and
 Edward Shakin
 entered appearances.
 
2
Stephen B. Kinnaird, Carl W. Northrup
,
 Michael Lazarus
,
  Andrew Morentz 
, and
 Mark A. Stachiw
 were on the briefs for appellants/petitioners MetroPCS Communications, Inc., et al.
 John P. Elwood 
,
Sam Kazman
,
 Randolph May
, and
 Ilya Shapiro
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 The Competitive Enterprise Institute, et al. in support of appellant/petitioner.
 Russell P. Hanser 
,
 Bryan N. Tramont 
, and
Quentin Riegel 
 were on the brief for
amicus curiae
 National Association of Manufacturers in support of appellant/petitioner.
 Kenneth T. Cuccinelli
,
 II 
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia,
 E.  Duncan Getchell 
,
 Jr 
., Solicitor General, and
Wesley G. Russell 
,
 Jr.
, Deputy Attorney General,
 
were on the brief for
amici curiae
 The Commonwealth of Virginia, et al. in support of appellant/petitioner.
Sean A. Lev
, General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, argued the cause for appellee/respondent. With him on the briefs were
Catherine G. O’Sullivan
and
 Nickolai G. Levin
, Attorneys, U.S. Department of Justice,
 Peter  Karanjia
, Deputy General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission,
 Jacob M. Lewis
, Associate General Counsel, and
 Joel Marcus
and
 Matthew J. Dunne
, Counsel.
 Robert J. Wiggers
, Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice,
 R. Craig  Lawrence
, Assistant U.S. Attorney, and
 Richard K. Welch
, Deputy Associate General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, entered appearances.
 Pantelis Michalopoulos
 argued the cause for intervenors. With him on the brief were
Stephanie A. Roy
,
 Andrew W. Guhr 
,
 Henry Goldberg 
,
 David C. Bergmann
,
 Kurt Matthew Rogers
,
 
and
 Brendan Daniel Kasper 
.
 Markham C. Erickson
,
 Jeffrey J.
 
3
 Binder 
,
 Harold J. Feld 
 and
 James B. Ramsay
 entered appearances.
Sean H. Donahue
 and
 David T. Goldberg 
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 Reed Hundt, et al. in support of appellee/respondent.
 E. Joshua Rosenkranz 
,
Gabriel M. Ramsey
,
 Thomas J. Gray
, and
Christina Von der Ahe
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 Venture Capital Investors in support of appellee/respondent.
 Andrew Jay Schwartzman
 was on the brief for
amicus curiae
 Tim Wu in support of appellee/respondent.
 John Blevins
 was on the brief for
amici curiae
Internet Engineers and Technologists in support of appellee/respondent.
 Kevin S. Bankston
 and
 Emma J. Llansó
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 The Center for Democracy and Technology, et al. in support of appellee/respondent. Before: R 
OGERS
 and T
ATEL
,
Circuit Judges
, and S
ILBERMAN
,
Senior Circuit Judge
. Opinion for the Court filed by
Circuit Judge
 T
ATEL
.
 
Opinion concurring in part and dissenting in part filed by
Senior Circuit Judge
 
S
ILBERMAN
. T
ATEL
,
Circuit Judge
: For the second time in four years, we are confronted with a Federal Communications Commission effort to compel broadband providers to treat all Internet traffic the same regardless of source—or to require, as

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