www.lit-antitrust.shearman.com/united-states-district-court-for-the-district-of-columbia

Jun 19, 2018 ... United States District Court For The District Of Columbia Rejects .... AT&T made this commitment in order to deprive the government of the argument that Time Warner could ... The District Court's decision in United States v.

harvardjsel.com/2018/03/u-s-v-att-time-warner-the-antitrust-trial-of-the-century

Mar 25, 2018 ... On Monday, March 19th, the U.S. Department of Justice faced off against Time Warner and AT&T in what is called the Antitrust Trial of the ...

www.law360.com/cases/5a135713f7f562792b000002

... activity and news coverage of federal case UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. ... the U.S. Department of Justice's trial challenging the AT&T-Time Warner deal ...

www.triagehealthlawblog.com/files/2017/12/United-States-v.-Aegerion-Pharms._-2017-U.S.-Dist.-LEXI.pdf

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. November 20 ... UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. AEGERION ..... Warner Chilcott Sales U.S. ( LLC).

www.publicseminar.org/2018/03/the-weirdness-of-u-s-vs-att

Mar 23, 2018 ... The first thing to recognize about the antitrust trial over AT&T's $85 billion plan to buy Time Warner — which begins this week at the U.S. District ...

www.documentcloud.org/documents/4502607-US-v-AT-amp-T-opinion.html

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digitalcommons.law.villanova.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2885&context=vlr

10. The common-law right of access is merely a presumptive right, not an absolute right. See Nixon v. Warner Communications, Inc., 435 U.S. 589, 598.

kellywarnerlaw.com/us-defamation-laws

U.S. Defamation Laws & Standards ... Defamation: Slander v. ... To win a U.S. defamation lawsuit, the plaintiff, at the very least, must prove that the defendant:.

www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2018/06/15/how-judge-leon-blew-it-with-u-s-v-att

Jun 15, 2018 ... The AT&T-Time Warner decision: Bad case + bad logic=bad law.