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Sprint awarded USD 26.9 mln in mobile phone trafficking suit

Tuesday 5 June 2018 | 09:07 CET | News
Sprint was awarded USD 26.9 million in damages from Wireless Buybacks and Wireless Buybacks Holdings. Wireless Buybacks was found liable for tortious interference stemming from a large handset trafficking scheme that involved several individuals and business entities. Catherine C. Blake entered the judgment in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland on 22 May. Kansas City-based Polsinelli PC represented Sprint in the suit. The decision is subject to appeal.

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