Court Urged To Let DOJ Veil Sources From AA, US Airways

Law360, New York (October 10, 2013, 6:46 PM EDT) -- The Department of Justice should not have to tell US Airways Group Inc. and American Airlines Inc. who it interviewed and what information those sources provided leading to the government’s antitrust suit to block the carriers’ proposed merger, a special master said Thursday.

Judge Richard Levie, who is in charge of managing discovery in the case, advised a Washington, D.C., federal court to reject a motion by US Airways and American's parent company AMR Corp. to compel the government to hand over a list of interviewees...
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