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T-Mobile and seven of its subsidiaries seek “redress” for a “nationwide criminal scheme” to defraud T-Mobile and the subsidiaries “out of an amount believed to be more than $10 million,” alleged a complaint Friday (docket 2:23-cv-04347) in U.S. District Court for Central California in Los Angeles. The case involves educational broadband service (EBS) wireless spectrum in the 2.5-GHz band that the FCC historically has licensed to schools, and T-Mobile leased much of that spectrum from the schools that hold the licenses to build its nationwide cellular and data network.Read More >>

The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation “repeatedly rejected” plaintiffs’ primary basis to vacate conditional transfer order 7 (CTO-7) -- that the transferor court should be allowed to rule on questions of fraudulent misjoinder and remand -- “as an insufficient basis to vacate a conditional transfer order.” So said ByteDance Friday, opposing (docket MDL 3047) in U.S. District Court for Northern California plaintiffs Dean Nasca and Michelle Nasca’s May motion to vacate CTO-7 in Social Media Adolescent Addiction/Personal Injury.Read More >>


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