Law360 (May 15, 2019, 7:12 PM EDT) -- Wireless service provider TracFone urged a Florida federal judge on Tuesday not to let SAS Solutions Inc. and various individuals escape its suit accusing the company and two Texas-based affiliates of running a scheme to purchase its phones in bulk and sell them overseas at higher prices.
Firing back at last month’s bid by SAS and three Texas residents — Ahmad Sarrawi Abdallah, Mahmoud Abdallah and Mohamad Alnsour — to toss the suit because they allegedly had no contact with Florida, Miami-based TracFone Wireless Inc. asserted that SAS’ argument was “narrow and misplaced” because it focused only on the fact that the defendants...
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