AT&T to Acquire Mexican Wireless Provider Iusacell for $2.5 billion

AT&T announced it has entered into an agreement with Paul, Weiss client Grupo Salinas to acquire Mexican wireless company Iusacell for $2.5 billion, inclusive of Iusacell's debt.
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Four Paul, Weiss Partners Win Law360 MVP Awards

AWARD | Litigation | Corporate | IP Transactions | Tax | Brad S. Karp | Nicholas P. Groombridge | Catherine Nyarady | Jeffrey B. Samuels

Firm chair Brad Karp, intellectual property partners Nicholas Groombridge and Catherine Nyarady and tax partner Jeffrey Samuels all received the Law360  MVP Award…» more

Brad Karp Named to 2016 Democratic National Convention Host Committee

NEWS | Litigation | Corporate | Bankruptcy & Corporate Reorganization | Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation | Real Estate | Entertainment | Personal Representation | Tax | Brad S. Karp

Firm chair Brad Karp has been selected to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's host committee for the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Among other responsibilities, the 101-member…» more

Client Alert: New Considerations for Trademark Licenses in a 363 Sale

PUBLICATION | Bankruptcy & Corporate Reorganization | IP Transactions | Kelley A. Cornish | Douglas R. Davis | Alice Belisle Eaton | Charles H. Googe Jr. | Brian S. Hermann | Alan W. Kornberg | Elizabeth R. McColm | Andrew N. Rosenberg | Jeffrey D. Saferstein | Stephen J. Shimshak | Claudine Meredith-Goujon | Erica G. Weinberger | Lauren Shumejda

On October 31, 2014, Bankruptcy Judge Kaplan of the District of New Jersey addressed two issues critically important to intellectual property licensees and purchasers: (i) can a trademark licensee use…» more

Virgin America Announces Pricing of IPO

NEWS | Corporate | Capital Markets & Securities | Tax

Paul, Weiss client Virgin America Inc. announced the pricing of its initial public offering of approximately 13.3 million shares of its common stock at a price to the public of…» more

Paul, Weiss Recognized as One of HRC’s “Best Places to Work”

AWARD | Litigation | Bankruptcy & Corporate Reorganization | Corporate | Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation | Entertainment | Personal Representation | Real Estate | Tax

For the fourth consecutive year, Paul, Weiss received a 100 percent rating on the 2015 Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) Corporate Equality Index Survey. The annual survey provides an in-depth analysis…» more

Client Alert: ISS and Glass Lewis Issue 2015 Proxy Voting Policies

PUBLICATION | Mergers & Acquisitions | Ariel J. Deckelbaum | Justin G. Hamill | Stephen P. Lamb | Lawrence I. Witdorchic | Reuven Falik | Frances Mi

ISS and Glass Lewis have released their voting policy updates for the upcoming proxy season. Of particular note is that both add policies disfavoring the unilateral adoption by boards of…» more

Valerie Radwaner Speaks at Women In Law Empowerment Forum Event

EVENT | Corporate | Litigation | Bankruptcy & Corporate Reorganization | Real Estate | Tax | Personal Representation | Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation | Entertainment | Valerie E. Radwaner

Deputy chair Valerie Radwaner participated in a panel discussion at the Women In Law Empowerment Forum's annual Law Firm Leaders event. The panel, titled "It Starts…» more

Paramount Pictures Achieves Major Trial Victory

NEWS | Litigation | Securities Litigation

As reported in The Wall Street Journal, The Hollywood Reporter and other media outlets, Paul, Weiss obtained a major trial victory for client Paramount Pictures. At the close of the…» more

Ted Wells Named to EBONY’s Power 100 List

AWARD | Litigation | Theodore V. Wells Jr.

Litigation partner Ted Wells was included in the 2014 edition of EBONY magazine's annual Power 100 List. The honorees, whom the magazine calls "the most…» more

VIDEOS

Co-Investments in the Hedge Fund Space

In this video interview, corporate partner Udi Grofman, co-head of Paul, Weiss's Private Funds Practice Group, discusses the evolution of co-investment strategies and their growing use in hedge funds and other liquid alternatives.

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Women's Initiatives and Work-Life Balance

Nearly half of our lawyers are women and, since 1996, 30% of our partner promotions have been women (50% in the Litigation Department). Women comprise over 20% of the firm's partnership and women chair numerous firm committees.

"  I am a mother to two young children and was elected to partnership while on an alternative work schedule. But it doesn't have to be about raising children. It's a personal decision, and Paul, Weiss recognizes this. Each alternative schedule is as unique as the participating attorney. Paul, Weiss supports its attorneys in their endeavor for excellence in their professional lives and for fulfillment in their personal lives.  "
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Explore the Paul, Weiss Corporate Department

VIDEO | Corporate

In this video, Paul, Weiss partners and associates describe the work and culture of the corporate department, and focus on the education and experience new associates can expect.

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Pro Bono Victory Restores Dignity and Normalcy to the Lives of Disabled Adults

NEWS | Pro Bono | Litigation

Litigation partner Andrew Gordon was part of a trial team that secured a landmark settlement recognizing the civil rights of adult home residents with mental illness. In this Q&A, Andrew shares some details about the firm's work on the settlement, and its significance.

Paul, Weiss Is Home to Nick Nixon's Complete Brown Sisters Portrait Collection

Culture

Beginning in 1975, Boston photographer Nicholas Nixon took the first portrait of what became an annual series of portraits of his wife, Bebe, and her three sisters. The project was recently featured in the article "Forty Portraits in Forty Years" in the New York Times. Paul, Weiss has a complete set of "the Brown sisters" photographs in its art collection, one of very few in existence.

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