Aileen Pisciotta is a business lawyer with over 25 years experience as a major law firm partner, corporate general counsel and senior government manager.
Her clients include telecom, IT, e-commerce, internet, web design, software, alternative energy, management consulting, finance, and government contracting companies. She advises on a full range of corporate and commercial matters including company formation, restructuring, governance, employment; mergers, acquisitions, teaming and joint ventures; domestic and international commercial agreements for supply, manufacturing, sale, service and distribution; internet law; federal telecom regulation; and Small Business Administration certifications and regulations.
Prior to joining Executive Counsel in 2007, Aileen was Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Trans-World Telecom Caribbean, a privately held, U.S.-owned cellular telecom company with interests in several Caribbean countries. She was responsible for all legal and governmental affairs including international transactions, litigation, and the negotiation and closing of the multimillion dollar sale of company’s operating subsidiaries. Before joining TWT, Aileen was a partner in the in Washington, D.C. office of New York-based Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, where she built a substantial practice advising a variety of broadband, wireless, satellite, media and e-commerce enterprises on domestic and international transactional and regulatory matters including complex multinational projects. From 1994-96, Aileen served as Chief of the Planning and Negotiations Division of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) International Bureau, supervising 35 lawyers, economists and engineers on international spectrum negotiations, particularly with Canada and Mexico, and studies of global telecom developments. Previously, Aileen practiced telecommunications regulatory and transactional law at Latham & Watkins LLP and served as a Public Utility Specialist on the U.S. Department of Justice trial staff working on the Bell System divestiture; Director of Economic Policy in the Office of Telecommunications in the Office of the Governor of the State of Alaska; and Special Assistant to the Chief of the FCC Common Carrier Bureau.