Sprint’s $110M Payback Claim Flawed: DBSD

Law360, New York (October 20, 2011, 6:38 PM EDT) -- Bankrupt mobile satellite service company DBSD North America Inc. said Wednesday that it shouldn’t have to reimburse Sprint Nextel Corp. $110 million because Sprint’s claim relies on a flawed interpretation of a federal regulatory order governing satellite spectrums.

Sprint had asked the New York court overseeing DBSD’s Chapter 11 in September to require DBSD to reimburse it for a share of the costs associated with clearing the spectrum, under an order from the Federal Communication Commission, to make room for DBSD and other similar companies....
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