Lozano v AT&T Wireless Services, Inc.
05-56466, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Stern v. Gambello
10-56929, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
AT&T agrees to pay up to $80,981,548 customers nationwide for billing practices claimed to be improper
After eight and a half years of hard fought litigation, punctuated by careful analysis and strategy by FBBC, AT&T agreed to settle two related cases filed in the United States District Court. The Court approved both class action settlements, Paul Lozano v. AT&T Wireless and Heather Stern v. AT&T Mobility, requiring that AT&T Wireless pay benefits to the class members up to approximately $80,981,548. This nationwide class had been filed to recover monies the class contended had been improperly charged under certain AT&T billing practices.