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...seen his fortune turn amid a money-losing bet on wireless venture LightSquared Inc. Peter Thiel, who became a billionaire with investments in...
...receive interference from unwanted signals close by the intended signal. Just ask LightSquared, whose plans to use mobile satellite frequencies on terrestrial towers failed because...
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The two firms are advising Coda Holdings, a struggling Los Angeles-based electric car manufacturer, as it drove into bankruptcy this week in Delaware. Coda joins the ranks of other ailing green auto
The race is on to finance the launch of telecommunications satellites not through the government, but through the private sector, primarily via debt and private equity deals. Milbank's Peter Nesgos t
Peter Nesgos, who specializes in corporate deals in the space and satellite industry at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in New York, talks to NLJ about the business of financing satellites
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Pedro "Tony" Alvarez, Albert Diaz-Silveira and associate Aracely Alicea left White & Case to launch Alvarez Arrieta & Diaz-Silveira two weeks ago. They were joined by former White & Case partner Alex
One of the Am Law 100's strongest bankruptcy and restructuring practices saw two partners in New York leave the firm this week. Evan Hollander joins Arnold & Porter while Gerard Uzzi heads to Milbank
Against the backdrop of a rare public meeting on legal fees in big corporate bankruptcies, Hughes Hubbard & Reed corporate reorganization and bankruptcy group chair James Giddens and former FBI Direc
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...800 an hour for his work in the bankruptcy case of LightSquared Inc., a wireless-networking business that has filed for Chapter 11 protection...
Against the backdrop of a rare public meeting on the subject of large legal fees in big corporate bankruptcies, Hughes Hubbard & Reed corporate reorganization and bankruptcy group chair James Giddens
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