The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held Monday that a disgruntled AT & T Wireless Services customer could not sue AT & T in state court for dropped calls, unreliable connections, and other wireless woes. (Bastien v. AT & T Wireless Services, Inc., Case No. 99-2127, March 6, 2000)

It’s not that the panel of judges was unsympathetic to such consumer complaints.

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