AT&T CEO: 'There Will Be Litigation' on Net Neutrality
BY Chloe Albanesius
If the FCC is committed to its current path, "there will be litigation," Randall Stephenson told CNBC.
AT&T chief Randall Stephenson is pushing back on the FCC's net neutrality plan, telling CNBC that lawsuits are likely in the cards.
If the FCC is committed to its current path, "there will be litigation," Stephenson said during a Friday CNBC interview. He stopped short of saying that AT&T will file that suit; it "may take the form of industry movement," he speculated. But however it happens, "it's quite certain" that a lawsuit is on the horizon.