Antitrust class action settlement cases are formed when consumers suffer financial loss due to products and services that are illegally or incorrectly overpriced. Specific controlled product or service overpricing can take place due to “price fixing” at artificial levels to secure higher revenues and/or to force out the competition. We wrote an article about a chip-maker who was sued by the downstream manufacturer, which became a landmark antitrust class action. Other situations involve the formation of illegal or controlled situational agreements that aim to affect competitors as a goal of elimination of competition.
Antitrust cases very often involve large, multifaceted settlement funds, awards and classes. These cases can span global boundaries at every level from corporations to consumers. The victims of these cases are many, with various political nuances involved.
When preparing for your next antitrust case, consult with our team of experts.
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Several antitrust laws are mandated at the federal level, but many statutes vary from state to state. We can assist you in the intricate administration
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