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Comcast Corp. has urged the Seventh Circuit not to revive a $75 million suit alleging the company illegally monopolized the market for local television advertising, arguing that it’s only being accused of choosing not to deal with a competitor, which it said is not illegal, according to a redacted brief filed Friday.
A Kansas federal judge on Friday dressed down attorneys in multidistrict litigation over EpiPen price hikes for engaging in “mindless bickering” during a high-stakes deposition of Mylan NV’s chief executive officer.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday that it will require Gray Television Inc. and Raycom Media Inc. to divest broadcast television stations in nine markets as a condition of resolving its challenge to the proposed $3.65 billion merger between the media companies.
The U.S. Department of Justice urged a D.C. federal judge Friday not to keep CVS and Aetna apart while reviewing a proposed merger settlement the judge had blasted as having been pushed through without adequate judicial scrutiny, arguing that a delay is unnecessary and beyond the court’s authority.
2018 was an action-packed year for telecom-related litigation that included a closely watched appeal of the government's rollback of net neutrality, fallout over the failed Sinclair-Tribune megamerger and a contentious trial over AT&T’s bid to acquire Time Warner. Here, Law360 reviews those and other high-profile cases from the past 12 months and outlines what they mean for the telecom industry’s legal landscape.