T-Mobile's $18.5M Fees Request 'Unreasonable,' Huawei Says

Law360, Los Angeles (June 27, 2017, 4:49 PM EDT) -- Huawei blasted T-Mobile’s request for more than $18.5 million in fees and costs on a $4.8 million jury verdict as “unreasonable” in Washington federal court on Monday after the Chinese handset maker was found partly liable in a suit over a concerted espionage campaign to glean the secrets behind a phone-testing robot.

T-Mobile USA Inc. filed the fees request after a jury agreed that Huawei Device USA Inc., its former business partner, breached a supply deal and an agreement controlling access to a T-Mobile testing lab that housed a high-tech robot called Tappy. T-Mobile said Huawei spies made unauthorized entry to the...

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