“Google was sued by Texas for failing to turn over documents sought by its attorney general in an antitrust probe of the operator of the world’s largest search engine,” reports Business Week. The Lone Star State is seeking a court order compelling Google to produce all documents that are not subject to attorney-client privilege. The publication notes that “Google is already the subject of antitrust probes by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the European Union.”
Google sued by Texas for documents in antitrust probe
Texas filed suit against Google, and is seeking a court order compelling the company to produce all documents not subject to attorney-client privilege.
June 22, 2012