Greg Dunn has represented telecommunication clients for more than 33 years, providing legal and strategic assistance to a variety of private and public clients.

Greg has a comprehensive knowledge of both public utility and broadband issues. His clients include municipalities, The Ohio State Supercomputer Center, data centers and wireless providers. He also consults on state of Ohio public policy issues with Ice Miller Whiteboard LLC.

Greg also has Public Utilities Commission of Ohio experience in electric issues involving representation of parties in standard Service Offer Cases (ESP/MRO), CSS cases, merger cases, Ohio Power Siting Board cases, public way cases, municipal aggregation proceedings, competitive retail service filings, among others.

Greg assisted with the development and creation of the Dublink concept in Dublin, Ohio, which includes 125 miles of fiber optic, a conduit system and a Wi-Fi system, all connected to a municipal data center and the Ohio Academic Resource Network. Dublink has attracted international attention, including being named one of the top seven intelligent communities of the year by the Intelligent Community Foundation (ICF) in both 2010 and 2011. Dublink also received an award from the National Science Foundation and the White House's broadband initiative, US Ignite.

Another of Greg's clients, the City of Columbus, has pursued the broadband plan written by Greg in 2007. Columbus' successful execution of that plan has led to Columbus also being selected a top seven Intelligent Community by ICF for 2012.

Greg created a cell tower leasing program for the City of Indianapolis wherein Ice Miller handles and organizes all cell tower negotiations for the city. In the program's first year of operation, Ice Miller's efforts have increased the fees collected by the City of Indianapolis by $2.6 million.

Greg speaks regularly on telecommunications issues.
Representative Transactions
  • Represented the City of Columbus in all proceedings regarding deregulation of the telephone industry before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
  • Represented the City of Dublin in the development and drafting of the "Dublink" municipally owned fiber/conduit and Wi-Fi system.
  • Represented the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Super Computer Center in the development and implementation of the OSCnet, the largest state owned fiber network in the country.
  • Represents municipalities with their Requests for Information (RFI) and negotiates the creation and construction of fiber optic systems: Cities of New Albany, Gahanna and Dublin.
  • Represented the City of Dublin, City of Dayton, City of Grove City, City of Gahanna, and the City of Worthington and drafted and negotiated various types of WiFi agreements.
  • Represented the Ohio Board of Development in the drafting of the Ohio Broadband Policy.
  • Represented the City of Columbus in drafting of the formal telecommunications policy for the City.
  • Represented the City of Dublin in drafting agreements and negotiating transactions associated with the maintenance and sale of fibers for the City's municipally owned fiber/conduit Wi-Fi system, Dublink.
Published In
  • Authored the Broadband Cookbook, 2006
  • Local Franchising of Cable Television in Ohio: A review of SB 117, Ohio Township News, September 2007
  • Cable Television Industry Sees Increase in Bankruptcies, Georgia Municipal Association’s Connections Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 2, Fall 2003
  • Dublink: A Creative Solution for Right-of-Way Management, NATOA: Journal of Municipal Telecommunications Policy, December 1, 2001
  • You’ve Got a Cable Television Franchise…So What?, Current Municipal Problems, No. 3, Vol. 10
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