because he knew he was dealing with Pirates?
The Court of Appeal has ruled that legal costs from BT Openreach's dark fibre bunfight against UK telcos will be reconsidered by the Competition Appeal Tribunal. Yesterday's judgment was solely about who ought to pay whose legal bills for the case, which revolves around market design cockups made by Ofcom when the regulator …
Not. If you did nothing wrong (as proven by the judgement) why should you have to pay anything?
If you are willing to take someone to court you presumably think you have a case and if you don't then you must be willing to accept the cost of losing.
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