Toyoda became the next domino to fall in November, agreeing to the proposed $34 million settlement. Read more
The claims against Mitsuba are part of the multidistrict litigation in the Michigan federal court over an alleged antitrust conspiracy. Read more
The MDL was created in 2012, when nine antitrust actions in Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee were consolidated in Alabama federal court. Read more
Providers are currently facing summary judgment motions from a few of the wholly blue-owned companies involved in the anticompetitive agreements alleged in the complaint. Read more
Furukawa has agreed "to provide substantial discovery cooperation" as the case moves forward in the form of interviews, documents and sales data. Read more
The antitrust litigation arises from a series of reverse payment settlements worth about $300 million. Read more
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has revived an antitrust lawsuit against 16 big banks, including Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America. Read more
If approved, Sony will become the first of the Defendants to settle out of the case, which was centralized in California in 2014. Read more
Barclays previously paid U.S. and U.K. government regulators a total of $450 million in 2012 to settle allegations that it had rigged the Libor and Euro Interbank Offered Rate. Read more
The Consumer Fraud section has been very busy during 2015 and Beasley Allen lawyers are currently investigating and/or litigating the following cases. Read more
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