Our Practices

Our Practices

The markets for international and overseas telecommunications, network, and IT services offer dynamism and unique operational and cost-savings opportunities for multinational enterprises.  They also offer a raft of sourcing, legal, and operational challenges. 

Since the firm’s inception, LB3 attorneys have helped clients navigate the ever-changing markets for these services and assess changing technologies, service offerings, providers and provider capabilities.  We have extensive, tested experience negotiating global communications, managed services, and other technology transactions for sophisticated financial services, hospitality, shipping, logistics and carriage services, and pharmaceutical, automotive, and other manufacturing clients.  We work closely with clients’ in-house and outside procurement, technical, tax, human resources, and financial professionals to identify and solve regulatory, financial, operational, data privacy and security, and human resources issues that are often critical to the success of international transactions.  We also draw upon our global network of advisors when specialized or in-country expertise is needed to augment our clients’ resources.

To each transaction, we bring our broad knowledge of service provider reach and practices, the hands-on involvement and expertise of the firm’s partners, an unwavering focus on our clients’ objectives and the most effective means to achieve them, a dedication to quality, and a commitment to efficient and cost-effective staffing.

Telecom Transactions

Telecom Transactions

We are zealous advocates for purchasers of telecommunications and network-related services. A focus of our practice is negotiating telecom service agreements for enterprise customers, including over half of the Fortune 100. In partnership with our consulting affiliate, TechCaliber Consulting (TC2), we provide clients with the legal and financial expertise they need to construct cutting-edge telecom service contracts, starting with RFP preparation and continuing through contract execution, implementation, and compliance.

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