Keith Dean Bradt et al v. T-Mobile US, Inc. et al

  1. March 26, 2020

    CWA, Consumers Drop Challenges To T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

    T-Mobile and Sprint secured two victories this week after the Communications Workers of America and a group of California consumers separately dropped their challenges to the $56 billion merging of two of the country's four largest mobile carriers.

  2. March 19, 2020

    T-Mobile Says Californians Slept Too Long On Merger Claims

    T-Mobile and Sprint shouldn’t have to defend their $56 billion union in another antitrust challenge, especially not one mounted more than a year and a half after the merger was first announced, the companies have told a California federal court.

  3. March 12, 2020

    'Last Man Standing' Can't Delay T-Mobile/Sprint $56B Merger

    A‌ ‌California‌ ‌federal‌ ‌judge‌ ‌told‌ ‌Golden‌ ‌State‌ ‌consumers‌ ‌Thursday‌ ‌she‌ ‌won't‌ ‌pause‌ ‌T-Mobile‌ ‌and‌ ‌Sprint's‌ ‌$56‌ ‌billion‌ ‌merger‌ ‌to await the Ninth‌ ‌Circuit's‌ ‌review‌ ‌of their‌ ‌legal‌ ‌challenge,‌ ‌saying‌ ‌although they're‌ ‌the‌ ‌"last‌ ‌man‌ ‌standing"‌ ‌in‌ ‌a‌ ‌once‌ ‌wide-ranging‌ ‌legal‌ ‌fight‌, they‌ ‌"don't‌ ‌have‌ ‌a‌ ‌strong‌ ‌case."‌ ‌

  4. March 06, 2020

    Californians Taking T-Mobile/Sprint Challenge To 9th Circ.

    T-Mobile and Sprint will have to keep defending their $56 billion merger after a collection of California consumers said they'll be asking the Ninth Circuit to upend a district court's refusal to temporarily block the tie-up.

  5. February 28, 2020

    Californians Can't Pause $56B T-Mobile-Sprint Union Either

    The $56 billion T-Mobile-Sprint merger will keep rumbling forward despite a number of legal challenges, as a California federal judge became the latest member of the bench to deny a request to halt the union.

  6. February 21, 2020

    Calif. Consumers Seek To Stop 'Deeply Flawed' T-Mobile Deal

    A collection of California consumers who are challenging the $56 billion T-Mobile-Sprint merger want a court order that will stop the tie-up from moving forward while their suit plays out, calling a New York federal court's decision declining to block the union "deeply flawed."

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