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DISH State of Play Webinar

with experts from CreditSights, Covenant Review, and LevFin Insights 

Get crucial insights on DISH DBS’s brewing battle with bondholders.

The bondholder lawsuit against DISH DBS has further complicated the outlook for the distressed satellite-TV provider, as well as their capital structure options. Understanding the complexities of this high-stakes situation and potential ramifications for the company’s future is critical.

Experts from CreditSights, Covenant Review, and LevFin Insights are hosting a live webinar to equip you with essential knowledge and examine the potential outcomes of this pivotal lawsuit. Join us to discuss:

  • DISH’s financing prospects,
  • Performance projections,
  • The timeline for litigation proceedings,
  • Restructuring scenarios,
  • The merits of the litigation claims,
  • And more.

This conversation will be an invaluable resource for investors, analysts, and advisors. Sign up for the DISH State of Play Webinar today.

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Davis Hebert, CFA

Head of Telecom/Media

Davis Hebert joined CreditSights in 2020 as part of the US TMT team and covers US IG/HY Telecom and HY Media. Prior to CreditSights, Davis spent nearly 20 years in banking, including 13 years as a sell-side publishing analyst with Wells Fargo High Yield Research, where he was a member of the Institutional Investor All-America Fixed Income Research Survey from 2014 to 2019, recognized in Broadcasting & Publishing (#1 for four consecutive years), Telecom Services (ranked five consecutive years, including #2 in 2018 and Runner-Up in 2019) and Cable & Satellite (ranked four consecutive years, including #3 in 2019). He received a BSBA in finance from Appalachian State University and an MBA from Virginia Tech. Davis holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the CFA North Carolina Society.

Scott Josefsberg, J.D.

Head of U.S. High Yield Research
Covenant Review

Scott Josefsberg graduated from St. John’s University School of Law summa cum laude in 2005, where he was on the St. John’s Law Review. Prior to joining Covenant Review, Scott was a corporate finance attorney at Latham & Watkins LLP. At Latham, Scott primarily represented underwriters and issuers in Rule 144A high yield offerings, registered offerings of equity and investment grade debt, and debt exchange offers. He has considerable experience in financings for leveraged buyouts. Scott began working with Covenant Review in 2013.

Mark Lightner, Esq. 

Head of Special Situations Legal Research

Mark joined CreditSights in 2023 as a Head of Special Situations Legal Research. Prior to joining CreditSights, Mark was a restructuring attorney at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP and Morrison & Foerster LLP, where his practice focused on managing restructuring engagements and advising senior management, generals counsel, and boards of directors on all aspects of debt restructuring. Mark clerked for two judges, including a bankruptcy judge in the Southern District of New York, and he has also served as an adjunct law professor where he has taught semester-long courses on bankruptcy, debtor/creditor law, and municipal debt restructuring. Mark earned a JD magna cum laude and BS summa cum laude in finance from Arizona State University in 2007 and 2003, respectively, and he previously held FINRA Series 7 and 66 licenses.

Joshua Kramer

Senior Analyst, Special Situations

Joshua Kramer joined CreditSights in November 2022 as a Senior Analyst focused on special situations and distressed credits. Prior to this he was a founding partner of BirchLane Capital where he was the Head of Research. Previously, spent 19 years at JPMorgan where he was a trading desk credit analyst focused on distressed and special situations investing in public and private credit as well as structured credit derivative products. Josh graduated from Swarthmore College with a B.A. in Economics.