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Sprint Gets Partial Win In Fight With Phone Buyback Cos.

Law360, San Francisco (April 4, 2017, 2:21 PM EDT) -- A Maryland federal judge has granted Sprint Nextel Corp. an early win on some claims in its suit against two phone buyback companies that alleges they resold stolen Sprint cellphones, finding that one of the companies breached its contract when it failed to pay Sprint for 667 phones.

In a Friday order, U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake refused to issue final rulings on most of the claims in the suit due to factual and evidentiary disputes. But the judge granted Sprint summary judgment on its breach of contract and tortious interference claims against Wireless Buybacks LLC for refusing to reimburse...

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