After a few years (and no doubt millions of dollars in legal fees), TriStar and American Tower have agreed to an out of court settlement.
As you’ll recall from my original post on this lawsuit back on February 19, 2012 TriStar sued American Tower claiming
Count 1: Violation of the Lanham Act, 15 . . . → Read More: TriStar v. American Tower (It’s Over)
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has issued (and set for publication) what will inevitably become a heavily cited decision about wireless siting. This case is the logical next step in the line of MetroPCS v. San Francisco and T-Mobile v. Anacortes, albeit not as the wireless industry would have it.
From . . . → Read More: Powerful Decision in American Tower v. San Diego
The Northern District of Texas is the home of a significant wireless law suit just filed, and one which will be of keen interest nationwide to both industry members, and to wireless site landlords. Heck, this case will fascinate the likes of Unison, Wireless Capital Partners, Communications Capital Group, Landmark, and the others who (like . . . → Read More: TriStar Investors (a.k.a. “David”) v. American Tower (a.k.a. “Goliath”)