Clean slate: The Tipline for 13 May 2020
Maybe it was all a dream. The Department of Justice asked a federal appellate court yesterday to void Judge Leonard Stark’s ruling on the merger of travel technology companies Sabre and Farelogix after the companies abandoned their proposed deal. That would send Judge Stark’s 95-page opinion on the deal to the rubbish bin – and give the DOJ a chance to develop more favourable precedent interpreting the Supreme Court’s Amex decision on competition in two-sided markets. Also in today’s Tipline, House Democrats release a covid-19 relief package without the proposed merger ban and Facebook backs a new advocacy group to advance technology companies’ interests in Washington, DC.
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