Tricia Paoletta

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis (HWG) is a boutique, Washington, DC-based, law firm designed to offer clients access to top tier legal talent without unnecessary overhead. Among our 55 lawyers, nearly 40% have served in government positions prior to joining the firm.

Our ranks include former U.S. Supreme Court clerks, 17 former appellate clerks, and former general counsels of federal agencies. With deep roots in the communications and technology industries, HWG has advised innovative companies and individuals on complex legal issues since our founding in 1998. And over the past two decades, our team has built the firm’s reputation by successfully representing clients in a wide range of industries before government agencies, in nuanced business transactions, and in complex disputes and litigation.

Recognized by The Washington Post for six consecutive years in its annual “Top Workplaces” survey, HWG has been committed from its start to fostering a close-knit community of diverse lawyers, committed to performing high-caliber work, and enjoying their lives inside and outside of the office.

Iain Gillott


Iain Gillott, the founder and president of iGR, is an acknowledged wireless and mobile industry authority and an accomplished presenter. Mr. Gillott has been involved in the wireless industry, as both a vendor and analyst, for more than 22 years. iGR was founded in 2000 in order to provide in-depth market analysis and data focused exclusively on the wireless and mobile industry. In recent years, research has expanded to cover broadband telecom services to the home, as homes and businesses have become more connected.

Before founding iGR, Mr. Gillott was a Group Vice President in IDC’s Telecommunications practice, managing IDC’s worldwide research on wireless and mobile communications and Internet access, telecom brands, residential and small business telecommunications and telecom billing services. Mr. Gillott has a BSc (Hons) degree in Computer Systems Engineering from the University College of North Wales, Bangor, Wales, with a concentration in hardware and software design.