The government's attempt to block the AT&T-T-Mobile merger will see its first day in court just two short weeks from now. The goal of the hearing: figure out of there's a way to settle this all civilized like.
For months, Bursor & Fisher has represented the masses—such as they are—so opposed to the proposed AT&T-mo power coupling that they've resorted to legal means to stop it. Last week, AT&T finally slung some lawsuits back their way.
It's a problem that's at least two years away, but AT&T has confirmed that 3G T-Mobile handsets won't be able to access the network once T-Mobile's towers are repurposed to drive AT&T's 4G LTE push. AT&T has indicated that they've built the cost of replacement phones into the acquisition, but still worth keeping in…