** Updated to include Chairman Pai’s press release **
The following nine articles serve as a good primer for the upcoming Attorneys General case against T-Mobile/ Sprint (we will add additional articles as they are suggested/ discovered):
- Original complaint filed by ten Attorneys General (nine states and DC) in mid-June. Note: most of the details of Dish’s involvement were not known at the time of publication
- An Economic Analysis of the T-Mobile/ Sprint Merger presented to the US House Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law by Scott Wallsten. This is a true “balls and strikes” analysis
- Attorney General of Texas announcement that they were joining the T-Mobile/ Sprint merger complaint
- Bi-partisan letter from the Attorneys General of New Mexico (D) and Utah (R) to the US Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust explaining why they support the merger (hint: density matters). Their joint blog post on the topic reiterates the same points and is here
- New York Law Journal article reiterating the arguments that are made in the 9-state (+ DC) complaint
- The Electronic Frontier Foundation comments on the use of the Herfindahl Index concentration as the basis for rejecting the T-Mobile/ Sprint merger
- American Enterprise Institute analysis of the use of counterfactuals when considering the T-Mobile/ Sprint merger
- Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell: Blocking the T-Mobile/ Sprint merger is a “Fool’s Errand” (Bloomberg interview here).
- Oregon joins the lawsuit (but the NY Attorney General announces it) on August 12.
- The FCC Chairman’s announcement that he is circulating a draft Order to approve the merger.