Dennis K. Muncy

Dennis K. Muncy

"The firm is larger now than I ever thought it could be. But, at the same time, it is better and more successful than I ever dreamed it would be."

Dennis K. Muncy is recognized nationally as an attorney in the field of telecommunications law and regulation. During the course of his legal career, he has handled litigation in 38 states and the District of Columbia and has testified before Congress and the Federal Communications Commission concerning telecommunications issues. In addition to representing telecommunications clients in regulatory and other matters, Dennis has negotiated numerous sales, acquisitions and mergers of telecommunication properties. He has delivered numerous speeches and provided instruction on telecommunications issues to both clients and other counsel.

Dennis joined Meyer Capel as a law clerk in 1965 and became an associate of the firm in 1967. He was named a partner in 1969.

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Education

Dennis received a bachelor of science in business in 1964 from Northwestern University and a juris doctorate in 1967 from the University of Illinois. He was on the dean's list in both law school and as an undergraduate and participated in an honors program at Northwestern's business school during his junior and senior years there.

Community and Civic Engagement

Dennis is a member of the Illinois State and Champaign County Bar Associations. He has served on the public utilities committee of the Illinois State Bar Association and is a former member of CCBA's board of governors.

Personal Interests

Dennis is a native of Taylorville, Illinois and resides in Champaign.

Awards and Recognition

In June 2019, Dennis was named a Person of Distinction by the Illinois Telecommunications Association. Dennis is only the tenth person to receive a Person of Distinction Award since its inception in 1970.

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