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Wireless, Broadband and Cable

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We have a wide array of experience that has included representation of every major wireless provider in the U.S. – including mobile service providers such as SouthernLINC Wireless, T-Mobile USA, Leap Wireless/Cricket (now AT&T) – as well as early cellular, paging, and specialized mobile service companies (including AT&T Wireless, Nextel, Mobile-Media/Arch, and Bell Atlantic Nynex Mobile (now Verizon)).

We represent wireless carriers, competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), cable companies, shared tenant service, multi-dwelling unit and building access providers, fiber lessors and developers. Here are some illustrative samples of our experience:

  • Negotiation of interconnection, wholesale and building access agreements.
  • Pole attachments and Rights-of-way agreements with municipalities and utilities.
  • Network outsourcing and build-out; infrastructure sharing.
  • Equipment lease/purchase and vendor financing.
  • Implementation of a distributed antenna system (DAS) and related infrastructure for a state-of-the-art Stadium.
  • Nationwide and regional buildout of 3-G and LTE network deployment for some of the largest wireless carriers in the U.S.
  • A multi-city Wi-Fi infrastructure deployment for one of the world’s largest corporate housing providers.
  • Negotiation of data center agreements in the U.S. and abroad.
  • Wireless interconnection, access and commercial contract negotiation for various large mobile carriers.
  • International roaming agreements.
  • Representation of one of the largest U.S. wireless carriers in disputed claim resolution in the WorldCom bankruptcy.
  • Representation of investors (both U.S. and foreign) in mobile satellite and terrestrial wireless ventures.
  • Mergers, acquisitions and secured financing transactions involving wireless carriers – including special purpose entity formation, spectrum leasing, and investment protection.
  • Negotiation of MVNO, distribution and “wireless partnering” transactions.
  • Entry certification, FCC and all 50 state public service commissions.
  • Tariff and service guide preparation.
  • Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) regulation and compliance.