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  1. Brian
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    I think you may have misinterpreted what likely happened. According to Gogo’s filing, AA sent it a letter on 2/4 invoking the 45-day notice period. Gogo tried to get cute and sent the 2/12 letter asking questions about the other technology in which Gogo at the very least implied that the 2/4 notice didn’t start the 45-day period. AA saw this letter and filed suit that very day (of course they already had the paperwork ready because they didn’t want Gogo to file suit in a different court first). Gogo now is saying that the February 4 letter it got is notice starting the notice period. Not too smart.

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