Sprint Gets $4M Contract Dispute Kicked To Arbitration

Law360 (August 23, 2019, 6:10 PM EDT) -- Sprint Corp. has succeeded at punting into arbitration a $4 million lawsuit that accused it of breaking a longstanding contract, with a Texas federal judge saying he saw no reason not to honor the parties' original agreement to arbitrate.

U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade sent the dispute between Sprint and L2 Wireless LLC to arbitration on Thursday and dismissed the nearly year-old suit with prejudice.

"Nothing before the court establishes any legal constraints would preclude the arbitration of all of plaintiff's claims," the judge said in his 23-page opinion.

The companies had a deal whereby Texas-based L2 would solicit customers for...

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