Rooftop Watering Hole Plan Weathers Antenna Dispute

Law360 (October 11, 2019, 8:10 PM EDT) -- A Texas appellate court has upheld the scrapping of an injunction that blocked a Fort Worth building owner from constructing a rooftop bar that allegedly interferes with wireless signals, saying the trial court acted within its discretion.

Ulysses Asset Sub I LLC, which holds an easement for mobile services atop the 90-year-old Sinclair Building, sued to enforce it after Sinclair Holdings LLC informed Ulysses of plans to add the rooftop bar as part of a multimillion-dollar hotel conversion. Ulysses had said the construction would violate its easement and may also disrupt emergency calls.

Justice Dabney Bassel wrote for the Second Court of...

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