A decision to allow the AT&T-Time Warner merger to go ahead (again) could depend on a random draw — and AT&T might have shot itself in the foot
The DOJ released its written appeal argument against the AT&T-Time Warner merger on Monday.
As a basis for its appeal, the DOJ argues that US District Court Judge Richard Leon didn't understand its argument in the initial case.
Antitrust experts say the outcome of the appeal might rest on the judges chosen at random.
The US Department of Justice is getting another crack at blocking AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner. Experts say the only real shot the DOJ has is if it gets lucky with...