Martha Buyer is the founder and principal in the Law Offices of Martha Buyer, PLLC, a legal practice primarily focused on the practice of communications technology law. In this capacity, Martha has negotiated a broad array of agreements between providers and both corporate and government end users, with emphasis on mobility, wireless, information security, 911 access, and municipal and other broadband deployment. Over the past decade, she had worked extensively with landlords on whose properties towers and other carrier equipment has been placed. These range from individual and cooperative residential landowners to corporate landowners. She is familiar with federal, state and local codes and regulations covering communications services. She also provides a wide range of telecommunications consulting and legal services, primarily geared to support corporate end-users work with telecommunications carriers and equipment providers.
She is a frequent contributor to a well-read industry publication No Jitter and has been a popular speaker at industry conferences in North America and Europe. She has also been the Avaya Podcast Network Legal Correspondent since 2013, and is an adjunct faculty member at Regis University in Denver, CO where she teaches a graduate course Ethics in Information Technology.
She is admitted to practice in New York, Colorado, Wisconsin, and Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Colgate University, the University of Colorado (M.S., Telecommunications) and the UB Law School.