States' Suit Against Google Staying Put In Texas

Law360 (May 21, 2021, 11:42 AM EDT) -- A Texas federal judge on Thursday night refused to send a Texas-led monopolization lawsuit against Google to California, rejecting the search giant's arguments that the case belongs with its private counterparts and that gathering evidence and witnesses in the Lone Star state would be more difficult. 

Going through the factors for deciding transfer, U.S. District Judge Sean D. Jordan of the Eastern District of Texas found each either was neutral or weighed in favor of arguments by the group of attorneys general who are accusing Google of monopolizing the display advertising market on third-party websites. The attorneys general asked for the case to remain...

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