The class-action lawsuit, filed in April, 2016, alleged that the telecommunications companies (Sprint，CenturyLink，WilTel Communications and Level 3 Communications) improperly obtained authorization to install fiber-optic cable along railroad rights of way, from rail companies that did not have the authority to approve the activity.
Class members who own or co-own (or formerly owned or co-owned) land in the following Arizona counties: Cochise, Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, or Yuma that is next to or under a railroad right of way where Telecommunications Facilities have been installed by Sprint, CenturyLink, WilTel, or Level 3 Communications. This land is referred to as “Covered Property.”
Proof of Purchase
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Sample et al v.Centurylink Communications LLC et al. No. 4：16-CV-00624
.United States District Court for the District of Arizona.
Settlement Website Status
John Dean Curtis，II，Burch＆Cracchiolo PA.
Dan Millea，Zelle Hofmann Voelbel＆Mason LLP.