Two-sided, two-trialed: The Tipline for 12 September 2019

We hope travel technology company Sabre likes antitrust as much as we do. Three weeks after the Department of Justice sued to block its acquisition of Farelogix, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has vacated a jury verdict finding it liable for commissions charged to US Airways. That case is not settled though. The appellate court sent the case back to the district court with the possibility of a second trial to evaluate potential harm on both sides of the “two-sided” market.

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