• October 11, 2009

T-Mobile takes Brooklyn Park to federal court (Judge Kyle, in particular) in a battle over whether the city wrongfully denied T-Mobile’s application for permission to install a cell phone tower.

(Aren’t petitions for writs of mandamus abolished in federal court?) (Is there a problem with going to federal court for the federal court to order certain conduct of a municipal body in the absence of a constitutional issue, at least (although T-Mobile does rely on a federal statute that specifically provides for hearing and deciding such actions “on an expedited basis” but that does not, by itself, equate to authority to issue injunctive relief))?

A Different Kind of Coverage Dispute…T Mobile v Brooklyn Park

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