• On November 16, 2012, AT&T Corp. and TCG Omaha filed a reply in support of their complaint against the proposed access tariff of YMax Communications Corp. that was filed with the Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) on July 12, 2012. AT&T, which has filed similar complaints against YMax across the country, including in Missouri, New Mexico, Kentucky, Alabama, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio, filed its challenge to the proposed Iowa tariff on August 28, 2012, alleging that it would allow YMax to charge interexchange carriers for access functions it does not provide. On October 19, 2012, the IUB docketed the tariff for investigation and directed YMax to file a response to AT&T’s complaint, and YMax filed that response October 26, 2012. In its reply, AT&T argues that YMax failed to address the specific allegations in AT&T’s complaint, and noted that YMax has “voluntarily withdrawn similar tariff provisions in numerous states and … a similar tariff has been rejected as a matter of law by an administrative law judge in Maryland.” AT&T stated that it intends to move for summary judgment and requested that the IUB enter a procedural schedule establishing dates for discovery, pre-filed testimony, and a hearing. Docket No. TF-2012-0550.