The Federal Communication Commission’s five-month-old enforcement bureau is quickly winning respect from the telecommunications bar.

Practitioners who appear before the commission say that in a short time, the new bureau has demonstrated it has the wherewithal to be a vigilant watchdog over broadcasters, wireless providers and phone companies. And they are pleased the bureau is taking steps to reduce its caseload, unify procedures and work with parties to settle rather than litigate matters.

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