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High Court Wrestles With Price-Squeeze Case

Law360 (December 8, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- In oral arguments Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court wrestled with the question of whether Pacific Bell Telephone et al. v. linkLine Communications Inc. was a case that was actually pushing the high court to clarify an antitrust precedent more than six decades old, U.S. v. Alcoa.

Several justices Monday seemed to be circling the question of whether a ruling in AT&T’s favor, whose predecessor Pacific Bell Telephone Co. is the named defendant, would necessitate the court overturning the more than 60-year-old ruling in U.S. v. Alcoa....
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