Bloomberg Law
Jan. 31, 2019, 3:53 PM

T-Mobile Shakes Class Action Over Unauthorized Accounts

Perry Cooper
Perry Cooper

T-Mobile USA Inc. won’t have to face the current version of a consumer class complaint alleging it opened unauthorized accounts, a federal court held Jan. 30.

The lead plaintiff didn’t sufficiently allege he’d be harmed again by T-Mobile’s conduct, Judge M. James Lorenz wrote for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.

The Ninth Circuit has held that a single incident is insufficient to establish a likelihood of future injury.

The court gave him 21 days to amend his complaint to address its concerns.

Patrick Ames sued T-Mobile under California consumer law after he gave the company ...

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