Texas Cable Co. Says Comcast Sabotaged Its Business

Law360, Washington (June 15, 2017, 7:35 PM EDT) -- A Texas family that owned a small telecom business filed a roughly $4 million lawsuit against Comcast in state court Wednesday, alleging the cable giant systematically destroyed its business by repeatedly cutting lines and driving off customers after it declined Comcast’s offer to buy it out.

Telecom Cable LLC owner Anthony Luna and his wife Michelle claim they suffered substantial fiscal and emotional costs after Comcast and contractors it hired to lay cable allegedly sabotaged their 229-customer business in the Weston Lakes and Corrigan, Texas, communities...
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