The Private Equity team advised Mobilitie on its agreement to be acquired by BAI Communications.
Mobilitie is the largest privately held telecommunications infrastructure company in the United States.
BAI Communications is a global communications infrastructure provider.
The deal brings together a highly complementary offering between the two organizations. It marries Mobilitie's assets and operations across 5G outdoor and indoor wireless infrastructure, worldwide credibility in small cell deployment, and its work with transit operators across major US cities with BAI's long-standing proven expertise in delivering communications infrastructure in dense urban and transit environments.
The Goodwin team was led by Rob Fore, Josh Soszynski, and Kelsey Lemaster, and included Mike Kendall, Sarah El-Ghazaly, Sindoori Sriram, Gabriel Choi, David Mansberg, Mehar Najeeb, Harrison Freeman, Steven Keller, Gabriel Choi, and Caddy Yates, (Private Equity); Fred Lim, Mohammed Alvi, and Zhe Yang (Debt Finance); Richard Matheny, Justin Pierce, and Carrie Miller (Global Trade); Garrett Gaughan (Tax); Paul Jin, Kara Kuritz, Oral Ben Aharon, and Katherine Kissinger (Antitrust); Jim Riley, Sanjeet Dutta, Kevin Lam, Zachary Feldman, and Alexandra Vaccaro (Intellectual Property); James Mattus, Andy Barton, and Emily Hingston (ERISA & Executive Compensation); Roberto Braceras, Adam Slutsky, Jordan Weiss, John Barker, and Gina Faldetta, (Litigation); and Koray Bulut and Seth Burns (Employment).
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