Shorts v. AT&T flexibility, No. 11-1649, 2013 WL 2995944 (W. Va. Ct. Application. June 17, 2013) When Ms. Shorts purchased her AT&T mobile and cordless plan in 2003, the agreement included a forced arbitration clause. In accordance with the court, Ms. Shorts apparently did not create re re payments, and finally her services is ended and she had been charged a very early termination cost that she failed to spend. She counterclaimed that the early termination charge and collection efforts violated the western Virginia credit and security Act. Nonetheless, AT&T relocated to compel arbitration вЂ“ therefore the court dismissed thelawsuit.
Riensche v. Cingular Wireless LLC, No. C06-1325, 2013 WL 951012 (W.D. clean. Mar. 12, 2013) Cingular cordless clients brought a class action against Cingular for breaching their provider agreements and unjust enrichment вЂ“ they stated the business built-up Washington State company and career taxation as being a surcharge from users. Nevertheless, Cingular included arbitration provisions to their contracts. Continue Reading