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What we know: The Justice Dept. is pressing its antitrust case against Google in the coming weeks, as Attorney General William Barr is prevailing over career lawyers at the DOJ who hoped to have more time to build the case, The New York Times reports.
Timeline: Department lawyers have been told to wrap up work by the end of September, though most of the “40-odd” lawyers working on the case opposed that quick deadline, according to the report. ‘Career” lawyers within the department advised they needed more time, perhaps past the election. Justice Department officials told lawyers involved in the antitrust inquiry into Alphabet, the parent company of Google and YouTube, to wrap up their work by the end of September, according to three of the people.