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T-Mobile-Sprint Highlights Antitrust Concerns Over Biz Docs

Law360 (August 13, 2019, 12:55 PM EDT) -- Comcast and AT&T are not part of T-Mobile's purchase of Sprint but nevertheless have a vested interest in a challenge to the merger thanks to document requests for their confidential information in the case and the common struggle over how to safeguard highly sensitive business information often at the heart of antitrust cases.

Corporate legal proceedings of all stripes frequently involve sensitive information that businesses want kept from prying eyes, attorneys note. But a bid by Comcast Corp., AT&T Inc. and other outside parties exemplifies how antitrust law, which deals with issues like product pricing, distribution and future business plans, in...

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