More lawsuits are flying over the revised terms of BT's merger with MCI, and this time both companies are in the dock. Two US law firms, Abbey, Gardy & Squitieri and Farugi & Farugi, have issued statements alleging that both telcos issued "false and misleading statements to conceal negotiations to change" the terms of their merger agreement. Five other firms have issued similar suits against MCI alone.
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