10.17.2013

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SEATTLE (October 16, 2013) – Perkins Coie represented client T-Mobile US, Inc. in a $5.6 billion secondary offering of senior unsecured notes by its majority stockholder, Deutsche Telekom AG.  The deal closed October 16 and is, according to media reports, the second-largest high-yield debt transaction of the year.  It is also the eighth-largest speculative-grade deal on record, or the fifth-largest when counting deals sold entirely at one time. (Source: Forbes)

Led by Seattle partner Eric DeJong, the Perkins Coie team included Denver partner Jason Day, Seattle partners Andrew Bor and Carl Crow; Denver associate Ned Prusse; and Seattle associates Ian Grant, Christine Kim and Sam Shaddox.

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