Keurig Can Sell 2.0 Brewer During Antitrust MDL, Judge Says

By David McAfee (September 19, 2014, 9:34 PM EDT) -- A New York federal judge on Friday rejected a bid to block Keurig Green Mountain Inc. from selling the latest version of its popular brewing machine because it was allegedly designed to expand a single-serving monopoly, saying the plaintiff didn't show it would suffer irreparably without an injunction.

U.S. District Judge Vernon S. Broderick denied Rogers Family Co.'s motion for a preliminary injunction in the multidistrict litigation against Keurig. Attorneys for Rogers, also called JBR Inc., previously argued that the "Keurig 2.0" machine should not hit retail shelves this fall as planned because it features technology that allows it to detect...

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