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Virginia – OpenBand files $50 million lawsuit against Loudoun board, homeowners associations

OpenBand files $50 million lawsuit against Loudoun board, homeowners associationsIn September, supervisors voted to deny OpenBand’s application to renew its franchise agreement with the county, citing unresolved customer concerns and two pending federal lawsuits against the company. It was the second time that the franchise had been denied; previous board members rejected an earlier version of the agreement in November.

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Virginia – FCC: OpenBand’s exclusive easement agreement forbidden by law

FCC: OpenBand’s exclusive easement agreement forbidden by law | LoudounTimes.comThe Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday issued a brief in response to a federal lawsuit filed by a Lansdowne homeowners association against telecommunications firm OpenBand, saying the company’s exclusive easement agreement with the community is forbidden by law. OpenBand, the brief says, satisfies the definition of an Open Video Systems operator and is subject to the FCC’s Exclusivity Order.

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Virginia – Ashburn HOAs move to consolidate cases against OpenBand

Ashburn HOAs move to consolidate cases against OpenBandThe two homeowners associations have nearly identical lawsuits, which focus on contesting the exclusive nature of OpenBand’s contract to provide cable TV services to the communities, but the two complaints were met with opposite outcomes in the U.S. District Court in Alexandria.

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Virginia – Loudoun homeowners association wins federal lawsuit against OpenBand

Loudoun homeowners association wins federal lawsuit against OpenBandPosted at 01:19 PM ET, 06/28/2012 A federal judge has ruled in favor of a Lansdowne homeowners association that filed a lawsuit last year against telecommunications provider OpenBand, contesting the exclusivity of the company’s contract to provide video services to the community. In a ruling issued late Thursday, U.S.

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Virginia – Decision on OpenBand franchise in Loudoun pushed to September

Decision on OpenBand franchise in Loudoun pushed to SeptemberMore than a dozen residents of communities served by OpenBand addressed the board, highlighting unresolved issues – including concerns over exclusive property easements, poor service and difficult negotiations – that have marked the ongoing conflict.

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Virginia – Federal judge dismisses amended complaint against OpenBand

Federal judge dismisses amended complaint against OpenBandDeadly storms thrash Midwest, South Davy Jones dies at age 66 The hottest gadgets from Mobile World Congress One chapter in the ongoing saga between Loudoun County and a cable telecommunications provider might be coming to an end: Last month, a federal judge dismissed an amended complaint against OpenBand filed by the Southern Walk at Broadlands Homeowners Association.

Virginia – Federal judge dismisses Southern Walk complaint against OpenBand

Federal judge dismisses Southern Walk complaint against OpenBand | LoudounTimes.comMonday, Feb. 27, 2012 by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | 29 comments | Email this story Judge Gerald Lee of the U.S. District Court for Eastern Virginia earlier this month dismissed an amended complaint against telecommunications firm OpenBand brought forth by the Southern Walk at Broadlands Homeowners Association (HOA).

Virginia – Judge Dismisses Southern Walk Suit Against OpenBand

Judge Dismisses Southern Walk Suit Against OpenBandPosted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 4:55 pm | Updated: 5:01 pm, Thu Feb 16, 2012. A federal judge has granted the motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought by the Southern Walk at Broadlands HOA against telecommunications provider OpenBand, and has denied a motion by the community to file another amended complaint.