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CASE ENTRY

United States v. AT&T, Inc.

In 2016, AT&T, a distributor of video content (among other things), announces $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner, a creator of video content. Feds: Which violates antitrust law and will lead to higher prices for consumers. D.C. Circuit: Similar mergers haven’t harmed consumers. And if consumers are unhappy with cable, they can switch to Netflix or Hulu.


Tags: 2019, Antitrust Law, D.C. Circuit, Expert Testimony

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