US DOJ and the state of Louisiana sued for divestiture of assets in Louisiana and Mississippi in connection with the acquisition by AT&T of Centennial Communications Corp. The parties alleged that the transaction would substantially lessen competitionin the market for mobile wireless telecommunications services in those areas. The divestitures cover portions of southwestern and central Louisiana and southwestern Mississippi. The complaint alleged that AT&T and Centennial are each other’s closest competitor for a significant set of customers in eight Cellular Marketing Areas (CMAs), as defined by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The complaint alleges that the proposed transaction would substantially reduce competition for mobile wireless telecommunications services in each of these areas.