When Comcast Cable founder Ralph Roberts needed assistance securing financing for his start-up venture in 1963, he turned to attorney Ray Pearlstine, a founding partner of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania’s Wisler Pearlstine Talone Craig Garrity & Potash.

At that time, banks were reluctant to fund cable operators who could not offer their biggest asset — the signal they would transmit — as collateral.

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