Jeffrey J. Gee is the Chief of the Investigations and Hearings Division of the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau. In that capacity, he leads investigations and enforcement proceedings across all service areas regulated by the FCC, including broadcasters, cable and satellite operators, wireless licensees, broadband Internet access service providers, and common carriers. He also supervises Division staff acting as trial counsel for all FCC administrative litigation. Jeff has overseen a variety of precedent-setting cases, including cases involving privacy, consumer protection standards, broadband transparency requirements, public safety, sponsorship identification, broadcast indecency, and the prevention of waste, fraud, and abuse in the Universal Service Fund.
Jeff joined the FCC in 2011 as Deputy Chief of the Investigations and Hearings Division, focusing on media enforcement matters. Prior to joining the FCC, Jeff was a member of Fletcher, Heald and Hildreth, PLC, where he represented media and telecommunications companies in complex regulatory and transactional matters.
A long-time member of the Federal Communications Bar Association, Jeff has served as co-chair of several of its standing committees (most recently, the Enforcement Committee). Jeff is a regular speaker at professional panels on the subjects of communications regulation and regulatory enforcement. Jeff received his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center and earned his B.A., cum laude, from the Newhouse School of Communications and the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University.