Antitrust Lawyers Sidelined as Sprint Kills T-Mobile Bid

, The National Law Journal

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Citing antitrust fears, Sprint Corp. at a board meeting on Tuesday called off its $32 billion bid for T-Mobile US Inc., according to The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. It’s bad news not just for shareholders—both companies’ stocks have taken a nose-dive—but also for a small army of antitrust lawyers waiting in the wings.

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