Google Antitrust Case Centers on Consumer Choice and How Rivals Get Boxed Out

The Justice Department’s lawsuit against certain Google business practices is a case unlike any the country has seen in nearly two decades — and could cause ripple effects for generations for Internet users and smaller web companies.

But first, the government must prove its case against the tech giant, which operates some of the most widely used services on the Internet today. Google on Tuesday called the suit “deeply flawed” and said it wouldn’t help consumers. Some experts say that is a short-term view that doesn’t take into account future growth from smaller companies that could be fostered by changes to Google’s business practices.
David Dinielli was featured in this Washington Post article on his antitrust work in this process. More here.