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Antitrust

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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:

Google Search

This class action alleges that Google restrains competition and uses unlawful means to maintain its monopoly in general and handheld search, thereby violating antitrust laws.

The lawsuit claims that the Defendants fixed the prices of Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) from March 1, 1995 to November 25, 2007, which resulted in overcharges to people and businesses that bought CRTs and products containing CRTs, such as televisions and computer monitors. 

Contact Lens

This class action alleges that Cooper Vision, Alcon Laboratories, Bausch + Lomb, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, and ABB Optical Group violated federal and state antitrust laws through Unilateral Pricing Policies (UPPs) for disposable contact lenses.

This antitrust class action alleges the existence of an anticompetitive agreement between DirecTV and the National Football League whereby the NFL provided DirecTV with the exclusive right to show live broadcasts of Sunday afternoon games out of market in the form of its NFL Sunday Ticket. Plaintiffs allege that this arrangement provides DirecTV with a monopoly on the distribution of such events and allows the NFL to charge supracompetitive prices for access to the games.

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