The US Airways v. Sabre antitrust case now is in the jury's hands. The evidence it's considering does not include everything Sabre wanted it to know.
Most notably, the jury didn't hear about Sabre's claim that US Airways pursued a "sign-and-sue" strategy. According to the argument, US Airways baited Sabre into rejecting a last-minute request for a deal that did not include certain "full-content" provisions — and then agreed to one that did. It made that request not because it actually wanted a non-full content agreement, according to Sabre attorneys. Rather, it . . .