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A federal litigation case by Hashimoto and Phonetel was extended earlier this week to cover a long list of important PC, networking and telecommunication companies. The case was filed on the 7th of July in Denver, Colorado. The list of defendants is as follows: AT&T Corp FKA American Telephone and Telegraph Company; Arch Communications Group, Inc; Bellsouth Corporation; Compaq Computer Corporation; Conair Corporation; Dell Computer Corporation; Fujitsu PC Corp; Gateway 2000, Inc; Hewlett-Packard Company; Lucent Technologies, Inc; Multi-Link, Inc; NEC Technologies, Inc; Northern Telecom Limited; Packard Bell NEC Inc; Paging Network, Inc; Phillips Electronics North America, Ltd; Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd; Southwestern Bell Telecommunications, Inc; TT Systems Corp; Toshiba America Consumer Products, Inc; Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc and Uniden America Corporation. Earlier this year, Hashimoto and Phonetel filed against IBM and Apple, as reported here. ®

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