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Throttled Arbitration

Agreeing to reconsider his order to arbitrate customers’ data-throttling claims against AT&T, a federal judge on Wednesday ruled only one of the four named plaintiffs – the one not from California – needs to submit to arbitration.

SAN FRANCISCO – Agreeing to reconsider his order to arbitrate customers’ data-throttling claims against AT&T, a federal judge on Wednesday ruled only one of the four named plaintiffs – the one not from California – needs to submit to arbitration.

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