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 May 23, 2012  Business, Court, Laws

Laura Brookover writes:

Judge Feess of the Central District of California recently rejected Carrier IQ’s attempt to litigate in federal court a class action concerning whether Carrier IQ’s software, installed on a wide range of smart phone devices from many different manufacturers running on various wireless networks, violated California law. Judge Feess remanded the case to state court in a decision issued on April 27th, instead of transferring it to a multidistrict litigation in the Northern District of California where dozens of actions against Carrier IQ have been consolidated in a multi-district litigation proceeding.

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