Nelson Mullins has represented telecommunications clients’ interests in matters including corporate, regulatory, tax, legislative, and litigation.
Corporate transactional experience for technology clients includes public and private offerings of debt and equity, securities, acquisitions and divestitures of assets, strategic alliances, and restructurings. Selected representation includes:
- the divestiture of power assets of $200 million
- the acquisition of data services assets of $54 million
- the public offering of stock of leading Internet service provider
- the secondary offering of stock of a leading Internet service provider
- general representation of numerous corporations involved in broadband and wireless telecommunications, broadband Internet service providers, and satellite communication providers
The Firm has represented providers of telecommunications services in drafting and implementing legislation. Our attorneys also have experience in representing telecommunications providers and other regulated entities before the FCC and state regulatory bodies. Nelson Mullins currently represents telecommunications providers and other infrastructure industries in litigation matters ranging from labor and employment disputes to complex business litigation to toxic tort defense. Our corporate and regulatory experience includes representing clients ranging from Internet service providers, competitive and incumbent local exchange service providers, small wireless service providers, providers of fiber facilities, and providers of disaster recovery services. Such representation includes the negotiation of interconnection agreements between wireless service providers and local exchange companies and matters involving long distance competition.
Nelson Mullins also represents telecommunications startups and has concentrated experience in mergers and acquisitions of existing telecommunications entities. Nelson Mullins has assisted clients in the lease and sale of hundreds of cellular sites. Recently, we managed all legal issues connected with a 650-site cellular bulk disposition.