Déjà Vu for Some Firms on T-Mobile's Proposed MetroPCS Merger

, The Am Law Daily


Almost a year after U.S. regulators effectively scuttled AT&T's $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom, the German telecommunications giant has agreed to merge T-Mobile with MetroPCS Communications in a deal that will create the country's fourth-largest wireless carrier. At least nine law firms, several of them veterans of the AT&T/T-Mobile antitrust fight, are advising on the complex $1.5 billion cash-and-stock transaction.

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