Google Chalks Up Win In MyTriggers Antitrust Suit

Law360, New York (September 1, 2011, 5:45 PM EDT) -- An Ohio judge on Wednesday booted a suit Inc. fired against Google Inc., finding that the comparison shopping search engine had not adequately alleged anti-competitive harm under the state's antitrust law.

Court of Common Pleas Judge John P. Bessey tossed myTriggers' allegations that Google uses unlawful agreements and other restrictions to make it impossible for myTriggers to compete with Google's own vertical search and shopping comparison sites, finding that myTriggers did not sufficiently show antitrust injury, and only alleged harm felt by myTriggers itself....
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