MADISON, Wis. (WKBT) - The federal ruling in an antitrust lawsuit in favor of a La Crosse company is stayed until next month.
Defendants "CDK Global" and "The Reynolds and Reynolds Company" were granted a second stay of the ruling through September 19th.
The two companies were sued over allegedly trying to run Authenticom, which is based in downtown La Crosse, out of business.
The complaint against CDK and Reynolds said the two worked together to keep Authenticom from accessing data vital to its operations.
Authenticom won the federal antitrust lawsuit in late July before the decision was stayed.
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