T-Mobile Accused Of Destroying Evidence In Antitrust Suit

Law360, New York (January 7, 2014, 7:09 PM EST) -- Plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation accusing cellular service providers of colluding to fix prices claimed Monday that T-Mobile USA Inc. had destroyed evidence by deleting emails and failed to appropriately provide notebooks regarding a price increase for pay-per-use text messages.

In their Monday spoliation motion, the plaintiffs claim that T-Mobile broke its own document-retention policies by purposely deleting an email between its director of marketing, planning and analysis and its former vice president of services and pricing innovation that could have been used as evidence to show...
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