AT&T’s lawsuit over Verizon ads could backfire, some argue

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AT&T Inc.’s lawsuit against Verizon Wireless over its TV ads could be a public relations mistake, some analysts said today, but at least one said that the company had to bring the lawsuit to protect itself against potential regulatory or legal actions.