In an antitrust conspiracy case that turns on a key meeting at Wilmer Cutler & Pickering in 1999, a federal judge has denied summary judgment to American Express on charges of colluding with banks to fix prices for purchases involving foreign currencies.

Southern District Judge William Pauley denied a motion by Amex to terminate the seven-year-old litigation, in which plaintiffs also allege a conspiracy to impose arbitration clauses in cardholder agreements.

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