T-MOBILE/SPRINT MONITORING TRUSTEE TED ULLYOT JOINS FEDARB
FedArb is thrilled to announce that Ted Ullyot has joined its panel. He will specialize in resolving disputes related to antitrust, appellate, monitoring, regulatory compliance and telecommunication matters.
Mr. Ullyot has been appointed by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to serve as the monitoring trustee for T-Mobile’s $26 billion merger with Sprint, which was approved by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Final judgment approving the settlement between DOJ and T-Mobile/Sprint is now before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
“I am delighted to join FedArb’s distinguished panel, and I look forward to help lead its corporate monitoring practice,” said Mr. Ullyot.
“Ted’s credentials in law, government and leading technology companies such as Facebook and AOL make him an invaluable resource for our clients seeking to navigate antitrust and regulatory litigation,” said Ken Hagen, FedArb’s CEO. “Additionally, we believe this solidifies us a leader in corporate monitoring and look forward to securing more engagements.”
Mr. Ullyot served as general counsel of Facebook from 2008 to 2013, where he led the company’s legal and security functions from early-stage private company through IPO. He later served as a partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, where he led the firm’s policy and regulatory affairs group.
Mr. Ullyot graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College and earned his law degree, with honors, from University of Chicago Law School. He also clerked for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
For more than a decade, FedArb’s panel of more than 60 former Article III federal judges and more than 30 distinguished neutrals have successfully mediated and arbitrated hundreds of high profile complex civil cases, typically achieving results more efficiently and cost effectively than through litigation. FedArb’s panelist also work with law firms on internal investigations, on mock trials and on corporate monitoring assignments. FedArb provides around-the-clock administrative services and requires its neutrals to honor the parties’ deadlines, saving clients time and money.