September 19, 2019
Clyde Snow attorney Brent R. Baker was recently quoted in the Law360 article, “Comcast Duped Utahns With Bogus ‘Lifetime’ Deal, Suit Says.” The class action lawsuit, Baker v. Comcast Corporation, alleges that Comcast Corporation customers were offered “lifetime” price-lock contracts that were not honored. “Many customers, upon seeing the substantial increase in monthly billing, contacted Comcast and were told by Comcast employees or representatives that Comcast's 'lifetime' plan does not exist in spite of previous representations by its sales staff and in spite of the numerous written contracts with the ''ifetime' language prominently displayed," attorney Brent R. Baker alleged. "We believe that this sort of misconduct spread over many consumers needs to be deterred." The full article, originally published online on September 17, 2019, can be found here.
Plaintiff Brian Baker is represented by attorneys Christopher B. Snow and Brent R. Baker of Clyde Snow & Sessions, PC and Adam Gonnelli of The Sultzer Law Group PC. The case, Baker v. Comcast Corporation (Case No. 2:19-cv-652), is filed with the United States District Court for the District of Utah.