Biography

Keefe is an accomplished regulatory and administrative law attorney with an extensive background in the legal and regulatory issues impacting telecommunications, broadband, cable service, and technology service providers operating in complex regulatory environments. Keefe has substantial knowledge and experience with a wide range of issues affecting those companies, such as facilities and service deployment, network reliability, data privacy and security, broadband deployment, and mapping, and he provides regulatory advocacy and compliance counseling. Keefe has also represented companies in State Attorney General investigations and before state and federal courts.

Keefe leverages his years of experience to help clients navigate the legal and regulatory landscape. He is a passionate advocate focused on providing clients with high-quality legal advice and representation, safeguarding client interests, and helping them achieve their business goals. Keefe brings a proven track record of delivering high-quality legal advice and representation and the ability to manage and develop teams, build strong stakeholder relationships, and handle complex, high-stakes matters with professionalism and integrity.

Before Verrill joining the firm, Keefe was a vice president and deputy general counsel at Verizon, one of the world's largest technology and communications services providers. Leading a team of legal and regulatory professionals, Keefe represented the company before state regulatory commissions, attorneys general, and in state and federal courts. Additionally, Keefe worked closely with the company’s State Public Policy teams on legislative advocacy and ensuring compliance with lobbying matters.

Keefe is an avid runner and is actively involved with several professional, community service, and educational entities.

Services/Industries

Education

  • Harvard Law School  (J.D.)
    • Journal on Legislation
    • Legal Aid Bureau
  • University of Oxford  (M.A.)
  • Princeton University  (B.A.)

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia