said by JMJimmy: said by resa1983: said by Perma:
How significant is this?
They have full intervenor status. CIPPIC got partial intervenor status in the BMG case.
As InvalidError said, this is going to cost Voltage a lot more money, and frankly, it's looking like Voltage won't get subscriber info.
Voltage has 2 options:
1. Pay off Teksavvy's costs, and run.
2. Go to the evidence hearing, and with the lack of good solid evidence, get it (and all of Canipre's evidence), thrown out.
If this case goes to evidence, and the evidence gets tossed, Distributel's case is going to get tossed as well.
2) Add pay TSI's costs, CIPPICs costs, and run the risk of a bona fide defense being that much stronger next time they poke their heads out.
They're really between a rock and a hard place legally.
The Distributel case won't get tossed if Voltage turns tail and runs though... in that case Distributel will have to fight but they can use all the arguments that were to be presented by CIPPIC.
No, Distributel's case won't get tossed if Voltage runs. It will get tossed if Voltage sticks around, gets their evidence tossed, and loses.
Both companies used Canipre, and Barry Logan.--
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