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Antitrust & Trade Reg.

Apr. 18, 2024

SF judge weighs contacting federal counterpart overseeing Amazon suit

Amazon is currently litigating two separate antitrust lawsuits, accusing it of using its agreements with third-party retailers and wholesalers to stymie price competition in the online marketplace.

A San Francisco judge told attorneys for Amazon Inc. and the California Department of Justice that he may need to coordinate with a federal judge in Washington to avoid potential scheduling disputes in a pair of antitrust lawsuits against the tech giant.

Amazon is currently litigating two separate antitrust lawsuits, accusing it of using its agreements with third-party retailers and wholesalers to stymie price competition in the online mar...

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