Developments in telecommunications policy being made in the legal system.
On March 27, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled in favor of Oracle, finding that Google may owe billions in damages.
AT&T wants to buy Time Warner to 'weaponize' its content, government says at start of antitrust trial
The biggest US antitrust case of this century kicked into high gear as a government lawyer warned that AT&T wants to buy media giant Time Warner to "weaponize" its must-have content — a move that would raise prices for consumers and hinder inn
Judge Edward Chen of US District Court for the Northern District of California has revived a lawsuit that angry customers filed against AT&T over the company's throttling of unlimited mobile data plans.
AT&T offered this deal to 1,000 competitors to address concerns over Time Warner. Twenty have accepted.
As it became clear in November 2017 that the Department of Justice was heading for a legal showdown with AT&T over its Time Warner merger, the company offered a proposal that it said would address the government’s concerns about competition.
[Commentary] Whether the AT&T-Time Warner deal goes through or not is super important for all the usual reasons relating to media concentration, competition in telecommunications, and all that other stuff I usually care about.
Justice Department's effort to halt AT&T-Time Warner merger goes to trial as both sides spar over evidence
The high-stakes antitrust showdown over AT&T's planned $85 billion purchase of Time Warner began in a Washington courtroom as both sides sparred over some key issues that signaled their legal strategies.
The American Cable Association has officially joined the court challenge of the Federal Communications Commission's network neutrality rule rollback, filing a motion to intervene in the case with the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. ACA
The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit has decided that not every smartphone is an autodialer subject to the restrictions of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
The biggest lobby groups representing broadband providers will help the Federal Communications Commission defend the repeal of network neutrality rules in court.