AT&T to Court: DOJ Has No Legal Legs to Stand On [telecom]

Makes final case for Time Warner deal

By John Eggerton

The Department of Justice used bad numbers to come to the wrong conclusion about AT&T-Time Warner merger--that it would substantially lessen competition--and a lower court was right to reject that conclusion and allow the deal.

That was the gist of AT&T's final brief before oral argument in the Trump Administration's continuing effort to prevent AT&T from owning both the DirecTV satellite TV platform and Turner programming including sports nets, HBO and CNN.

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