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
Japanese bearings company NSK Ltd. will pay $34.5 million to settle charges by some automobile dealers over auto parts price-fixing. Read more
Denso Corp. will pay about $193.8 million to car buyers and $61.2 million to automobile dealers to settle antitrust violations. Read more
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. received early approval by Judge Battani of a $64 million settlement to resolve claims with the end payors. 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
Mitsubishi will pay $64.23 million to the end payors and $20.2 million to the auto dealers. Read more
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