Appeals Court Allows Class Action Suit Against Verizon Wireless
May 21, 2010, 1:59 PM by Philip Berne
The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals today overturned a lower court ruling barring plaintiffs in a case against Verizon Wireless from joining together as a class, according to Reuters. The lawsuit concerns the imposition of administrative charges on contract agreements. Verizon Wireless' contract says that individuals must seek individual arbitration, and though a District Court upheld that rule, the Third Circuit Court disagreed, and customers may now band together as a larger group for a class action claim.
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i left verizon because of their so called "administrative charges"
i don't care if i get any money. its matter of principles. people needs to know they are being bent over with their pants down.