OneWeb & SoftBank say Intelsat never had a contract to resell OneWeb capacity, seek dismissal of lawsuit

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — OneWeb and SoftBank asked a New York court to dismiss Intelsat’s lawsuit alleging breach of contract, fraud and theft of trade secrets, saying Intelsat’s entire case is based on a contract that never existed.

Specifically, OneWeb and SoftBank said the “strategic cooperation agreement” under which Intelsat had exclusive rights to sell OneWeb services to four key vertical markets never came into effect because the parties were unable to agree to related purchase and service-level contracts.

Despite some 17 months . . .

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