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Reactions to DOJ’s Arguments in the Time Warner/AT&T Appeal

The Department of Justice’s arguments that Senior U.S. District Judge Richard Leon ignored economic principles and common sense in allowing the Time Warner/AT&T deal to proceed were presented onfeatured

Pondering the Time Warner/AT&T Legal Drama

The U.S. Department of Justice filed an appeal on July 12 seeking to overturn thefeatured

Reactions to Time Warner/AT&T Decision

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon ruled on June 12 that AT&T can proceed with its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner with no concessions, rejecting the Department offeatured

Leon Warns DOJ Against Possible Stay in Time Warner/AT&T

Judge Richard Leon handed AT&T a major victory in its quest to secure its acquisition of Time Warner by denying the government’s request to block AT&T’s merger withfeatured

Tight Security Over AT&T Decision

Court officials are carefully guarding the release of the AT&T decision, expected shortly after 4pm EDT in the federal courthousefeatured

DOJ Rejected Attempt at Political Influence on Potential Time Warner/AT&T Remedy

Department of Justice antitrust chief Makan Delrahim said this morning that antitrust regulators rejected a politically motivated attempt to influence a possible remedyfeatured

DOJ Eyes AT&T Ruling, Court Guidance on Vertical Mergers

U.S. Department of Justice antitrust division chief Makan Delrahim said June 1 he hopes the impending court decision in the Time Warner/AT&T trial, the first vertical mergerfeatured

Former DOJ Official Discusses Time Warner/AT&T

With Judge Richard Leon’s decision regarding AT&T’s $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner due in less than two weeks, a former deputy assistant attorney general at thefeatured

Judge Has Options in Time Warner/AT&T Antitrust Case

Judge Richard Leon, who is deliberating over the Time Warner/AT&T merger, has several options at his disposal, besides simply blockingfeatured

DOJ Says Still Open to Time Warner/AT&T Settlement

The Department of Justice said Wednesday it is still open to negotiating a settlement of the Time Warner/AT&T case, even at this late date, with the judge about to begin deliberations.featured

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