T-Mobile Sprint Merger Podcast Library

This series of three podcasts discusses the landmark T-Mobile and Sprint merger and the onerous process to see it close. Please check out the podcasts below.

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Podcast 1

Cleary Gottlieb partner Mark Nelson and T-Mobile EVP and general counsel David Miller kick off a series of three podcasts dedicated to the landmark T-Mobile/Sprint merger. This first episode will cover the overall strategy to obtain successful clearance for the transaction, including the development of the business case and the public and regulatory messaging, and the strategy for DOJ, FCC, the Hill, state AGs, state PUCs, etc.

David Miller, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, T-Mobile

Mark Nelson, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb

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Podcast 2

Cleary Gottlieb partners George Cary and Daniel Culley and T-Mobile SVP of Litigation and IP Laura Buckland join The Deal for the second in our podcast series focused on the landmark T-Mobile/Sprint merger. In this discussion, we will deconstruct U.S. District Judge Victor’s Marrero’s decision to approve the merger and the experience of the trial to illuminate the implications for future dealmaking.

Laura Buckland, Senior Vice President, Chief Litigation and IP Counsel, T-Mobile USA, Inc.

George Cary, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb

Daniel Culley, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb

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Podcast 3 - Now Available

This episode will explore the implications of the T-Mobile/Sprint court decision for regulatory approval in future deals. Joining The Deal are Melissa Scanlan, who oversees antitrust law in T-Mobile’s legal department and was closely involved in the merger and the litigation, and Dave Gelfand who was one of the lead lawyers on the Cleary Gottlieb trial team. They will discuss how the court’s decision might be used by future litigants, what it might mean for future attempts by state enforcers to diverge from federal enforcers, and lessons for future strategies to navigate deals through government review processes.

Melissa Scanlan, Vice President, Antitrust & Intellectual Property, T-Mobile USA, Inc.

Dave Gelfand, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb

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