Of Counsel

Susan C. Gentz

Susan C. Gentz focuses on telecommunications issues in administrative law. She advises national and regional telecommunications and broadband infrastructure providers, including wireless carriers, on business and contract matters and on compliance with telecommunications and cable law. She represents clients in agency rulemaking proceedings impacting telecommunications and cable providers, and has litigated numerous contested case proceedings before the Texas Public Utility Commission.

Email: sgentz@enochkever.com
Phone: ‭(512) 615-1218‬

Professional Background

Publications & Presentations

Professional & Community Activities

Professional Background


  • Advises clients in the complexity of Telecommunications and Cable Law and counsels clients on legal issues impacting their business operations
  • Has extensive experience in negotiating easements, and license and right-of-way agreements, and in negotiating interconnection agreements between competitors and incumbent local exchange carrier
  • Represents clients in agency rulemaking proceedings affecting telecommunications and cable providers, and in contested case dockets involving matters such as universal service, municipal access line fees, and rule compliance

Awards & Recognition

  • University of Texas School of Law Board Advocates, 1981–1982

Admitted to Practice

  • Texas
  • U.S. Supreme Court


  • University of Texas, Austin, Texas
    - J.D., 1982, with Honors
  • George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
    - B.S., Economics, 1970

Publications & Presentations

  • Issues in Interconnection Agreement Negotiations with Small and Rural Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers, COMPTEL, September 2010
  • New UNE Rules: the FCC’s Decisions on Access to Unbundled Transport, TEXALTEL, April 2005
  • BOMA’s Constitutional Challenge to the Texas Building Access Statutes, Federal Communications Bar Association (Texas Chapter), (Co-presenter), May 2002
  • Choosing A Contract that Protects Your Interests and Consumer Rights, Electric Deregulation Begins January 1, 2002 — Is Your Company Ready? (conference developed and presented by Casey, Gentz & Sifuentes, L.L.P. and Fox, Smolen and Arnold Consulting), November 2001
  • A New Tool for Gaining Access to Customers in Multi-Tenant Buildings, Southwest Competitive Telecommunication Association (now TEXALTEL), April 2001

Professional & Community Activities

  • State Bar of Texas
    - Business Law Section
    - Public Utility Law Section, Past Chair
  • Austin Bar Association
    - Administrative Law Section
    - Business, Corporate & Tax Section
  • Federal Communications Bar Association