At age 39, Michael Lubowitz has already closed a dozen deals worth at least $1 billion each. His total deals have a market value of more than $50 billion.

Among his billion-dollar deals, he represented General Electric Co.’s GE Capital unit (since broken up) in its $3 billion acquisition of J.C. Penney’s credit card business. He also represented Hughes’ satellite manufacturing business in its sale to Boeing Co. — valued at $3.75 billion — and DirecTV in its high-profile spin-off from General Motors involving Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

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