DOJ Seeks Lessons from AT&T-Time Warner's Arbitration Offer [telecom]

The Justice Department's antitrust division is strategizing ways to better address companies' arbitration agreements in its future scrutiny of mergers, heeding lessons from its legal battle with AT&T Inc.

AT&T and Time Warner's last minute inclusion of "baseball style" arbitration - offered to other cable companies to settle fee disputes

- was challenging for the DOJ to overcome as it sued to block their deal.

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