According to Bloomberg, a judge is going to decide whether to delay a trial pitting 13 states and Washington DC against the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.
The plaintiffs are arguing that they quickly need details of any deal the companies reach with the Justice Dept. to prepare for a planned Oct. 7 trial. They are saying the companies have walked back an earlier agreement to share those details.
The companies have “retreated from their earlier agreement,” according to the states, while Sprint and T-Mobile are suggesting that a delay in that information won’t necessarily extend the trial date.
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