Ms. Buyer is a regular columnist for the THE BULLETIN of the Bar Association of Erie County and is a contributor to No Jitter. Previously, she has written numerous commentaries on telecommunications law for other legal and telecommunications publications including, among others, The Daily Record, Communications Convergence and Computer Telephony. Her articles cover a broad range of topics highlighting current telecommunications issues including federal and state telecommunications policy, litigation, wireless technologies, spectrum policy, FCC initiatives, and industry consolidation. Martha Buyer has also contributed to the ABA Journal Report.

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Telecom and Legal Considerations in 911 Planning: The Importance of a Team-Based Approach

Planning for emergencies in an enterprise environment is very tricky business, plain and simple. It is particularly challenging when employees, guests, contractors and others are working behind a multiline telephone system (MLTS). In a widely quoted (but unsubstantiated) Department of Labor report, it has been estimated that no fewer than 60 million people work in multi-building campuses or high-rise buildings behind multiline telephone systems, including PBXs. Your company’s employees likely are included in that count.

The full text of this White Paper commissioned by CCMI can be downloaded here:

Listen to Mark Fletcher and Martha Buyer discussing who should be involved in E911 planning activities in this podcast.