Date: Jan 05, 2005
On December 21, 2004, the Public Service Commission of Utah found that Comcast Cable Communications owes PacifiCorp $3.8 million, consisting of a $900,000 share of audit expenses and $2.9 million to cover penalties and back rent for unauthorized attachments on 38,919 poles.
Utah's decision is remarkable not only for the size of the award, but for other reasons:
In a refreshing change from FCC proceedings, Utah placed the burden squarely on Comcast to prove that its attachments were properly authorized and faulted Comcast as much as PacifiCorp for poor recordkeeping.
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