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Domino’s Mix & Match Deal Misleading Advertising Class Action

Domino’s Pizza runs a “Mix & Match Deal” advertising campaign offering a long list of products at its restaurants and franchises for $5.99 each. But the complaint alleges that some of the franchised restaurants do not make good on the deal and actually charge more than the promised $5.99 for some of the products.  Read more

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Amazon Prime, Buy Box, and Fulfillment Antitrust Class Action

The complaint for this antitrust class action claims that Amazon.com, Inc. aspires “to dominate every sector of the economy.” It outlines how Amazon Prime, the Buy Box, and Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) have strong-armed its third-party sellers and raised prices for consumers.  Read more

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Sutter Health Anti-Competitive Actions Settlement

Sutter Health is paying $575 million to settle a combined case, consisting of a class action and lawsuit filed by the California Attorney General. The combined suit alleged that the Sutter and some of its affiliates, such as Sutter Bay Hospitals and Sutter Valley Medical Foundation, violated California’s antitrust law and its Unfair Competition law,  Read more

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Jeld-Wen, Masonite Interior Molded Doors Settlement

Jeld-Wen, Inc. and Masonite Corporation are joining in a settlement alleging they conspired to artificially raise the price of interior molded doors (IMDs). Each company will be paying $9,750,000, for a total of nearly $20 million. The complaint alleged that, as a result of the companies’ conspiracy, consumers and businesses who bought the doors indirectly,  Read more

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National Association of Realtors Buyer’s Agent Antitrust Class Action

An antitrust case against realtors? The complaint for this class action claims that the National Association of Realtors (NAR) has combined with a number of broker companies, such as Realogy Holdings Corp., Re/Max, LLC, and Keller Williams Realty, Inc., to monopolize their market. They do this, the complaint says, by requiring adherence to NAR’s “rules,  Read more

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Amazon Anticompetitive Agreements and E-Book Prices Class Action

According to one source, Amazon.com, Inc. accounts for more than 75% of the e-books sold in the US as of September 2020. The complaint in this antitrust class action alleges that Amazon has used its dominant position to restrain price competition in the “trade book” digital book market. Trade books include fiction and nonfiction for  Read more

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Pinergy MLS Anticompetitive Buyer-Broker Commission Rules Class Action

MLS Property Information Network, Inc. (MLS PIN) owns Pinergy, said by some to be the seventh-largest multiple listing service (MLS) in the US, serving 41,000 real estate professionals in licensed in New England and New York. The complaint for this class action alleges that MLS PIN has engaged in anticompetitive behavior because home sellers must  Read more

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Viega Copper Fittings Antitrust Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action that made antitrust allegations against Viega, LLC. The complaint claimed that the company would only sell its carbon steel press fittings to distributors who signed an agreement that they would not carry its competitors’ copper fittings. According to the complaint, this resulted in plumbers paying higher prices to buy  Read more

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Allstate Higher Prices for Loyal Customers Texas Class Action

We expect companies to appreciate long-term customers, perhaps even give them special consideration in some way. But this class action alleges that the Allstate Corporation does the opposite with its auto insurance customers. The complaint claims that Allstate maintains two schemes for charging different rates to policyholders for what are materially the same policies.  Read more

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Disposable Contact Lens Antitrust Settlement

Two defendants are settling an antitrust case about contact lens pricing, while three others are continuing the litigation. CooperVision, Inc. (CVI) and Bausch & Lomb, Inc. (B&L) have reached settlement agreements in a case claiming that five companies agreed to Unilateral Pricing Policies that set minimum prices and allegedly violated antitrust laws. The litigation is  Read more