TracFone Slams Bid to Nix Phone-Smuggling Suit

Intellectual Property   |   International   |   Litigation and Trials   |   Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   Technology & Telecommunications   |   May 15, 2019
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Carlton Fields Shareholder James B. Baldinger, who leads the firm’s Telecommunications industry group, was quoted in a Law360 article about firm client TracFone’s efforts to stamp out handset trafficking. TracFone urged a judge not to dismiss a trafficking lawsuit the wireless service provider filed against several defendants in Florida federal court.
The firm has represented TracFone in anti-trafficking litigation for a decade, resulting in 74 permanent injunctions and more than $332 million in damages awarded, Baldinger told Law360.
Carlton Fields attorneys Jennifer A. Yasko, Aaron S. Weiss, and Steven Blickensderfer also represent TracFone.
READ: Law360, “TracFone Slams Bid To Nix Phone-Smuggling Suit” (subscription required)

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