Posted December 9, 2015

Judge Decides US Airways Can Amend Complaint Against Sabre

The judge overseeing US Airways' years-long antitrust lawsuit against Sabre will let the airline amend its complaint against the global distribution system operator, provided it reimburses Sabre for expenses related to the airline's "procedural jockeying" this year. Read More »
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Posted October 13, 2014

Amex To DOJ: We're Too Small To Exert Antitrust Market Power

American Express counsel last week in closing arguments worked to dismantle the antitrust case waged by the U.S. Department of Justice, painting the suit as DOJ overreach, claiming the government cannot show real harm stemming from its practices and noting that it's just too small to impose its will in a way that runs afoul of antitrust laws. Read More »
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Posted January 9, 2014 - New York

Sabre Counsel: US Airways Used 'Wholesale' Model As 'End Run' On GDS

US Airways does not directly pay Sabre for about half of its transactions handled by the global distribution system operator, instead using the so-called "wholesale" model, Sabre counsel claimed this week here during a status conference for their federal antitrust lawsuit. Read More »
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