After Failed Negotiations, AT&T Sues Cox for Patent Infringement

Atlanta-based Cox, the cable operator offering services in 22 states, is accused of infringing on eight AT&T patents that all “relate to systems and methods for improving the quality and reducing the cost of telecommunications network services.”

Apple Settles Claims Over iPhone 4 Problems

Multiple lawsuits were filed in 2010 after consumers started experiencing dropped calls and other reception problems on their iPhone 4 when they held the device a certain way.

AT&T Distributor Hawk Electronics Settles Disputes

Among other terms, Hawk Electronics has secured the right to sell, activate and provide services to Apple’s iPhone and iPad models as a distributor and to sell and activate such models as a dealer.

MetTel Wins Appeal of KeaneTel Partial Judgment

A partial summary judgment awarded to master agent KeaneTel, Atco, N.J., against New York-based MetTel (Metropolitan Telecommunications) was, on appeal, vacated Nov. 9, 2009, by the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, as premature, according to a Jan. 7 press statement released by MetTel. In summer 2009, KeaneTel was […]

KeaneTel Wins Partial Summary Judgment From MetTel

Master agent KeaneTel of Atco, N.J., has been awarded partial summary judgment of more than $70,000 by the New York County Supreme Court for the failure by MetTel (Metropolitan Telecommunications) to pay commissions due KeaneTel for the period February 2007 through September 2007. KeaneTel is continuing to proceed in the court and seeks a judgment […]

Sprint Avoids Litigation With Northern PCS Acquisition

Sprint Nextel Corp. will buy another of its affiliates to end pending legal action. Sprint, the nations third-largest mobile phone company, said on Wednesday it will pay $312.5 million for Northern PCS Services LLC. Sprint also will assume $5.3 million in debt. Northern PCS serves 236,000 customers in parts of Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and […]

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