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The Internet, broadcasting, media, wireless, and a broad range of other technology keep people connected and allow business to operate in the 21st century. Rimon’s partners in the Telecommunications practice team have extensive experience in all these parts of the communications industry, particularly the businesses that carry the information upon which we rely on a day-to-day basis. The members of Rimon’s team have successfully advised clients on complex transactions, including regulatory matters before the Federal Communications Commission, as well as represented them in litigation in the courts and administrative agencies and in public advocacy before Congress and the FCC.
The range of matters in which Rimon’s partners have worked includes:
Securities and Capital Markets, Regulatory, Compliance & Corporate Governance
Emerging Companies and Venture Capital, Europe, Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities and Capital Markets
Samuel (Sandy) B. Sterrett, Jr.
Corporate and Business Transactions, Emerging Companies and Venture Capital, Technology
Maxim “Mac” Waldbaum
Intellectual Property Litigation, Trademark and Copyright, Entertainment, Sports and Media
Intellectual Property, China, CFIUS/National Security
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