Google Tees Up Bid To Dismiss Texas-Led Advert Monopoly Swimsuit

By Khorri Atkinson (Oct. 1, 2021, 8:05 p.m. EDT) – Google has asked a New York federal judge for permission to dismiss Texas’s antitrust lawsuit against its display advertising practices. The amended “Laundry Complaints List” cannot be kept afloat because it remains “deeply flawed” and does not show any violation of federal competition law.

Google advanced these arguments Thursday in a pre-motion letter to U.S. District Judge P. Kevin Castel, who oversees the massive consolidated case in which publishers and advertisers also accuse the company of monopolizing the display advertising market and its role To abuse as an intermediary Place advertisements on …

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