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5 Things You Need To Know About The AT&T-Time Warner Merger Trial

AT&Tis set to battle it out with the Department of Justice on Monday as the trial for the proposed AT&T-TimeWarner merger is set to begin. Here are five key things to know as the trial gets under way.

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Setting The Stage

Following some back and forth, including a so-called false report that the trial is being delayed, the judge in charge of the proceedings has said that the AT&T-Time Warner merger trial will start on time Monday. District Judge Richard Leon, who had been assigned to the Comcast-NBCUniversal challenge before the Justice Department settled with Comcast, will be overseeing the trial in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

According to Judge Leon, the first two days of the trial will deal with objections to exhibits, with opening arguments to begin Wednesday. Judge Leon expects the trial to last six to eight weeks, as opposed to previous reports suggesting it could last four to six weeks.

 
 
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