A federal judicial panel has sent nearly two dozen lawsuits to New York, rejecting the arguments of nearly every lawyer suing over Google’s alleged monopolization of the online advertising market,

In Tuesday’s order, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation found that, despite the numerous differences in the types of plaintiffs and claims asserted, the fundamental allegations in all cases were the same.

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