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Antitrust

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The plaintiffs in this case allege that Bayer AG, Barr Laboratories, Inc., Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and the Rugby Group, Inc. violated antitrust and consumer protection laws by agreeing not to compete with each other and keeping lower-cost generic versions of Cipro off the market in California.  Cipro is an antibiotic drug commonly perscribed by doctors.

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Plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that CTVEA, the only cable service provider in the area, requires residential premium cable subscribers to lease one of its set-top boxes as a condition for receiving the full value of services for which they pay.  The plaintiff argues that this constitutes and unlawful tying arrangement that violates Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.

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The American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology are two entities manage the cultivation of human eggs for reproductive purposes. This lawsuit alleges that these two entities violated federal anti-trust laws by fixing the price they would pay women for their human eggs.

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This case alleges that First American violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act by purchasing ownerhip interests in title insurance agencies and obtaining agreements from such agencies to refer title insurance business exclusively to First American Title Insurance Company.  This case has two separate classes.  This page is for members of the Tower City Class.

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This case alleges that First American violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act by purchasing ownerhip interests in title insurance agencies and obtaining agreements from such agencies to refer title insurance business exclusively to First American Title Insurance Company.  This case has two separate classes.

A multi-defendant, multi-lawsuit class action alleging price-fixing agreements in the market for ductile iron pipe fittings (DIPF) has reached settlements with defendants SIGMA and Star. The class action alleges that defendants violated antitrust laws in that:

A series of antitrust lawsuits allege that manufacturers from around the world conspire to fix prices on component automobile parts, causing dealers to pay more than they should have for both parts and automobiles.

This class action alleges that producers of flexible polyurethane foam conspired to raise the prices and allocate markets for the material and for products made from it, including bedding, carpet underlay, and furniture.

Bayer has agreed to a settlement for its part of an Kansas antitrust lawsuit involving the antibiotic Cipro and drug companies Bayer, Barr Laboratories, Inc., Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and The Rugby Group, Inc. The lawsuit alleged that the drug companies violated antitrust laws by agreeing not to compete by not offering generic versions of Cipro.

This class action alleges that violations of the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act by Dairy Farmers of America resulted in artificially high prices for milk and cream products. Brands include:

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