Sprint and C Spire Let Up on AT&T Lawsuits
Dec 13, 2011, 10:21 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint and C Spire Wireless have agreed to postpone their lawsuits against AT&T now that the Department of Justice, AT&T, and T-Mobile USA have stayed the DOJ's lawsuit. The judge overseeing the lawsuits approved the joint filing today, putting to rest the Sprint and C Spire lawsuits for the time being. The judge has also approved the DOJ and AT&T's request to cancel the trial originally scheduled to commence February 13. AT&T needs to file a new plan regarding T-Mobile USA no later than January 12, which will be followed by a hearing January 18.
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