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Closing arguments in the Department of Justice s lawsuit to block AT T from buying Time Warner NPR s Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Wall Street Journal telecom reporter Drew FitzGerald. Closing Arguments Heard In DOJ s Lawsuit To Block Potential AT T, Time Warner Deal Morning News Brief .Closing Arguments Heard In DOJ s Lawsuit To Block Potential AT T, Time Warner Deal Closing arguments in the Department of Justice s .The judge in the U.S. Justice Department s lawsuit to block AT T s planned acquisition of Time Warner heard closing arguments in the antitrust case Monday. DOJ s Antitrust Case Against AT T Merger Has Been a Slog April and possible customer defections to AT T s DirecTV, Mr. Conrath said..A court s approval of AT T s merger with Time Warner paves a clear path for The DOJ s post trial brief, filed last week but released publicly for the first time the judge that he should block the proposed $ billion deal. It appears that the judge will hear closing arguments in the case early next week..A lawsuit to block the merger sets up a showdown over the first sued to block AT T s $. billion bid for Time Warner on Monday, includes the news channel CNN and the sports heavy TNT network. The government argued further that AT T s acquisition of Time The comments section is closed..