How to structure MLAs and SLAs to effectively avoid future disputes
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How to structure MLAs and SLAs to effectively avoid future disputes


Expert advice from leading law firm in the tower sector, Vinson & Elkins

Vinson & Elkins are one of the most experienced law firms in the tower industry, having advised clients on some of the most complex cases in more than twelve African countries and a number of jurisdictions in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.  TowerXchange speak to Vinson & Elkins team to obtain their expert advice on structuring transactions and designing MLAs and SLAs that avoid the creation of frictions and disputes over the course of the long-term agreement.

TowerXchange: Please can you introduce Vinson & Elkins’ expertise in the tower industry.  What have you advised on and with what types of clients have you worked with?  

Rob Patterson, Partner, Vinson & Elkins:

Vinson & Elkins has extensive experience in the tower sector, advising clients across the globe on both transactional and dispute work.


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