State AGs Must Catch Up With DOJ Case Against Google

Law360 (January 21, 2021, 9:21 PM EST) -- The state attorneys general pursuing a monopoly lawsuit against Google will have to speed up discovery after a Washington, D.C., federal judge said Thursday that a proposal to begin turning over investigative materials to the search giant in mid-March was too late to catch up with a parallel Justice Department case.

If the attorneys general from 35 states plus Puerto Rico, Guam and the District of Columbia don't start handing Google material they gleaned from their more than yearlong investigation by early February, U.S. District Judge Amit P. Mehta warned during a telephone status conference, "that's going to put this case...

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