Bouygues Telecom v. Tekelec
Analysis Group client Tekelec, a provider of high-performance communications network applications, has settled a two-year lawsuit with Bouygues Telecom, a French mobile telephone service provider. Bouygues had sued Tekelec for more than $140 million in North Carolina federal court over a service interruption that took place in Bouygues' network in 2004. Under the agreement, Tekelec will provide $5 million in credits to Bouygues, which it can apply to purchases of products and services from Tekelec. Other terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Working with law firms Eisenberg Raizman Thurston & Wong LLP and Bryan Cave LLP, Analysis Group Managing Principal Jeffrey Kinrich served as damages expert and academic affiliate John A. Deighton of Harvard Business School served as marketing expert. The Analysis Group experts were supported by a case team that included Principal David Sosa and Vice President Christian Frois.
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