DC Metro Wireless Installer Sues Telecoms Over Unpaid Work

By Bryan Koenig (June 12, 2015, 8:10 PM EDT) -- A group of phone service carriers on Thursday removed to D.C. federal court a lawsuit that alleges they owe a communications engineering company $1 million it was never paid by a separate firm, now in bankruptcy, with which it had installed phone services in the Washington, D.C., metro.

T-Mobile Northeast LLC, Nextel Communications of the Mid-Atlantic Inc., New Cingular Wireless PCS LLC, Cellco Partnership GP and APC Realty And Equipment Co. LLC argued collectively Thursday that they had nothing to do with the plaintiff, Intelect Corp., and the money it says it's owed from Powerwave Technologies Inc. According to the removal...

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