CargoSprint Looks To Beat Rival's 'Tying' Scheme Claims

Law360 (January 14, 2020, 8:47 PM EST) -- CargoSprint urged a Georgia federal court to toss rival PayCargo's amended suit claiming that it locks competitors out of the cargo payment services market with an unfair product "tying" arrangement, asserting that the renewed antitrust challenge "suffers the same deficiencies as the original complaint."

The revised allegations by PayCargo, the creator of a web-based payment and settlement platform for the shipping industry, "failed to adequately plead its tying claim" and plausibly show how the defendant has used the product "tying" scheme to hold market power and exclude competitors, CargoSprint wrote in its dismissal bid on Monday.

The dispute centers on CargoSprint's...

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