Class Says Omni Can't Cite Privacy To Block Sprint Records

Law360, New York (July 14, 2015, 3:28 PM EDT) -- A class alleging Omni Hotels Management Corp. illegally recorded phone conversations told a California federal judge Monday that they shouldn't be forced to return documents produced by Sprint Corp., arguing that Omni can't assert privacy rights on behalf of Sprint customers.

The plaintiffs said they should be allowed to keep Sprint documents produced before U.S. District Judge Christina Snyder's decision in May that cellular carriers are subject to California law restricting how phone companies share subscribers' information. They added that if Judge Snyder does make them return Sprint records, the order should be limited to information covered by the California law....

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