Port Authority Lawsuit Reminds Businesses to Scrutinize Your Bills


Port Authority Lawsuit Reminds Businesses to Scrutinize Your Bills

by Dennis C. Linken on March 6, 2013

A lawsuit filed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey should remind businesses how important it is to thoroughly review your monthly bills to ensure you are not being overcharged.

The Port Authority recently filed a federal breach of contract lawsuit against AT&T Corp. alleging that the telephone company has been overbilling the agency for over eight years. According to the complaint, “AT&T has engaged in a prolonged pattern of overbilling the Port Authority for a variety of telecommunication services that AT&T agreed to provide the Port Authority - as well as billing the Port Authority for a service that was never provided.”

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