The Big Picture: Challenges Of The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

Law360 (February 12, 2020, 8:04 PM EST) -- A court in New York has roundly rejected a challenge to the planned merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, putting to bed a major hurdle to the tie-up waged by a contingent of Democratic attorneys general that fought the deal despite its approval by their federal counterparts.

While the companies await a decision from a second federal court, this time over the public interest considerations of a Justice Department settlement clearing the merger, Law360 looks at the highlights from a sprawling, multi-agency approval process as it winds toward an apparent end.

THE RULING Feb. 11, 2020

T-Mobile, Sprint Beat State-Led Merger Challenge

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