US Air Slams Sabre's New Trial Bid In $15M Antitrust Spat

By Linda Chiem (January 26, 2017, 5:48 PM EST) -- US Airways slammed trip-planning giant Sabre's bid for a new trial after a Manhattan federal jury awarded the airline $15 million and concluded that Sabre restrained trade by forcing unfavorable contract terms on US Airways, saying Wednesday that the verdict is sound and backed by enough evidence.

US Airways Inc. asked U.S. District Judge Lorna G. Schofield to reject Sabre Inc.'s request to have the court enter judgment in Sabre's favor or grant it a new trial, saying the jury heard live testimony from 22 witnesses, viewed the video depositions of 20 more witnesses, and considered nearly 500 exhibits — all...

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