David Honig

David Honig

President, MMTC

David Honig has practiced communications and civil rights law since 1983, specializing in electronic redlining and race discrimination cases and defining the legal space that is the intersection of civil rights and telecommunications law.  As founder and President of MMTC, he has represented over 80 national minority, civil rights and religious organizations before the FCC and has been named by the National Law Journal as one of the 30 most influential communications lawyers.  Honig also serves as chief counsel for the Florida State Conference of the NAACP and as General Counsel of the Broadband Opportunity Coalition.