Three airlines accused of price-fixing long-haul flights have agreed to pay a total of $29.4 million to settle a proposed class action. Read more
Three drywall manufacturers have agreed to pay a class of direct purchasers $125 million to settle price-fixing claims. Read more
The lawsuit now targets 18 manufacturers of generic drugs and two executives. Read more
The Toyo settlement would cover the dealers’ antitrust claims related to anti-vibration rubber parts. Read more
In addition to the $29.6 million settlement, Bridgestone says it will provide extensive discovery efforts to help end-payor Plaintiffs. Read more
Robert Bosch GmbH and Robert Bosch LLC have agreed to pay $33.4 million to settle antitrust lawsuits involving four different types of auto parts. Read more
It had been claimed that the companies colluded with other electronics manufacturers to fix battery prices for more than a decade. Read more
The parties had asked Judge Caproni to grant preliminary approval to the settlement on Dec. 2. Read more
Price fixing and market allocation are illegal and violate antitrust laws. Read more
Judge Caproni certified a class of investors who participated in U.S.-related trades of silver or silver derivatives dating back to January 1999. Read more
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