Larry D. Bailey
Thomas Urano is a Principal and Managing Director of Sage Advisory and a member of the Investment Committee. He serves as a Portfolio Manager for the taxable fixed income and equity strategies. He began his career in 1996 as a Fixed Income Trader with Credit Suisse Asset Management in New York. Later, Thomas joined Morgan Keegan as a Fixed Income Portfolio Accountant. Thomas received his B.A. in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of the CFA Institute.
Carl Brundidge is a founding partner of Brundidge & Stanger, P.C. and has extensive experience in Corporate, Contract and Intellectual Property Law matters.
Regarding Corporate and Contract Law matters, Carl serves the corporate and contractual legal needs of small, medium and large emerging growth companies. His main focus is high net worth individuals in the areas of corporate liability and finance, transactions, corporate acquisitions and mergers and counseling on business decisions including litigation, arbitration and mediation matters.
Regarding Intellectual Property Law matters, Carl’s practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law including patent procurement, including patent application preparation and prosecution, Intellectual Property Portfolio management, patent enforcement, whether before the courts or the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), as well as licensing and technology transfer transactions. Carl has handled matters in a wide range of technologies such as computer hardware, computer systems, storage systems, software applications, and telecommunications, including packet switching and wireless networks.
Larry D. Bailey
Mark Stachiw, Of Counsel, has over 30 years of corporate, securities, governance, regulatory and transactional experience – serving as the General Counsel for publicly traded, and divisions of publicly traded companies and a private equity firm. Mark is the former Vice Chairman, General Counsel and Secretary for MetroPCS Communications, Inc. (NYSE:PCS), the fifth largest wireless company in the United States and a Fortune 500 company with revenues of over $5 billion. Prior to MetroPCS, Mark served as General Counsel of Verizon Wireless Messaging (a division of Verizon Wireless) and Allegiance Telecom Company Worldwide (a division of Allegiance Telecom.
During his tenure at MetroPCS, Mark took the company public, negotiating and consummating the largest domestic M&A transaction announced in 2012 with T-Mobile, USA, valued in excess of $30 billion. In addition, Marc has also negotiated and consummated a number of smaller M&A transactions, raised and refinanced $28 billion in leveraged and high yield, registered and 144A financings, secured loans, bridge loans, consent solicitations and other financial transactions totaling over $28 billion, and closed a $750 million private placement and tender offer. Mark also has extensive experience in federal telecommunications regulation having represented a number of companies before, and lobbied on their behalf, the Federal Communications Commission for over 25 years.