Those who received a telephone call from or on behalf of Clearwire could be entitled to benefits under a class action settlement.

Fri Jan 25, 2013 7:30pm EST

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SEATTLE,  Jan. 25, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- The following statement is being issued
by The Garden City Group, Inc., settlement administrator in  Kwan, et al. v.
Clearwire Corp., et al., No. C09-1392 JLR.

Clearwire and Bureau of Recovery, LLC ("BOR") have agreed to settle a class
action in the United States District Court for the Western District of 
Washington  at  Seattle  (Kwan, et al. v. Clearwire Corp., et al., No. C09-1392
JLR).  

Plaintiffs claim, among other things, that Clearwire and its vendors placed
calls to cellular telephones in violation of federal and state law, as well as
calls to people who asked not to be called. Plaintiffs are represented by the 
Seattle  law firm of Williamson & Williams.  In agreeing to settle, Clearwire
and BOR do not admit any wrongdoing and have asserted defenses. The parties
agreed to settle to avoid the burden, costs and uncertainty of further
litigation.  

As part of the proposed settlement, Clearwire will provide payments or offsets
to Class Members who submit a valid Claim Form, and will forgive certain
indebtedness for Class Members. Clearwire will also change certain calling
practices.  

For additional details regarding the settlement, go to 
www.automatictelephonecallsettlement.com.

SOURCE  The Garden City Group, Inc.


Amanda Horn, The Garden City Group, Inc., +1-206-876-5300

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