Representing Large and Small Clients in the Telecommunications Industry
Thomas Lynch & Associates has represented scores of clients in a variety of business and communications-related transactions, as well as dozens of telecommunications carriers.
Representations have included:
Negotiation of key agreements for the international network buildout of the largest internet search engine in the United States.
The multi-million dollar divestiture of customers and the provision of support services in connection with the merger of a multi-billion dollar regional bell operating company and one of the top five interexchange carriers in the United States.
Initiation, prosecution and settlement of litigation against a major government services technology contractor in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Negotiation of international collocation, equipment purchase and other agreements for one of the largest internet-based hosted services provider in the United States.
Initiation and prosecution of voluntary disclosure agreements pertaining to telecommunications taxes in over 35 jurisdictions for a $500 million telecommunications company.
The multi-million dollar purchase of voice and data telecommunications services by Fortune 500 companies from national and international telecommunications carriers.
The drafting and negotiation of interconnection agreements by Central American and South American affiliates of a low-earth orbit mobile satellite service provider.
Serving as telecommunications tax and regulatory counsel for one of the largest private equity firms in the United States in connection with the acquisition of the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the United States.
The formation and financing of one of the most successful high-technology entities in the mid-Atlantic, growing from a valuation of zero to $4.2 billion in less than three years.
The drafting of a request for proposal by a major division of the Department of Defense for the procurement of local exchange products and services for government installations across the United States.
Assisting one of the largest prepaid phone service providers in the United States in complying with federal rules pertaining to Universal Service obligations.
Contact Our Telcommunications Attorneys Today
If you need assistance in complying with telecommunications regulations or with a transaction involving telecommunicatinos, contact our law offices in the Washington, DC metro area to speak with an experienced lawyer.
The law offices of Thomas Lynch & Associates provides legal advice to telecommunications businesses throughout the United States, including Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Jose and Palo Alto.
What Our Clients Say
“Thomas Lynch is an outstanding attorney and is an expert in negotiating complex telecom transactions. He was instrumental in completing several key transactions for us, including a series of deals for a major international network buildout. I recommend Tom with the highest praise.”
Senior Director and Head of
Business & Legal Affairs, BT Infonet
“Tom Lynch and his team are prompt, professional and affordable. Their in-depth knowledge of domestic regulatory issues and compliance is outstanding. We now to turn to Tom for all of our licensing needs.”
Gregory Wasilewski, President
IPC Network Services, Inc.
“I appreciate the way the firm uses technology to communicate with their clients and provide legal services. From the website login to pdf versions of FCC notices, they make it easy to follow the progress of a license application.”
Larry Coble, VP Business Development
Cooper Power Systems
“Tom Lynch is clearly a skilled negotiator. He was able to secure terms and conditions for us that gave us flexibility and reduced risk. I can’t recommend him highly enough.
Kurt Littlefield, Vice President,
IT Group, Fresenius Medical Care
“I thought it would take a lot longer to get the approvals. But Tom Lynch was able to obtain our international license in only a few weeks. We’ll definitely call them again for our licensing needs.”
Lijun Niu, President
Nucom Technology, Inc.