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Antitrust claims against non-foreign banks for manipulating SIBOR and SOR proceed
A claim brought by FrontPoint Asian Event Driven Fund, that several large banks, including Citibank and Bank of America, conspired in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act to manipulate the price ...
Uber app user agreed to arbitrate antitrust claims, but waiver issue unresolved
A customer of ride-hailing service Uber agreed to arbitrate claims against the company and its former chief executive for engaging in price fixing. The customer agreed to a mandatory arbitration provi...
Health insurance continues to face claims over alleged conspiracy with provider
In an antitrust class action filed by a Pennsylvania hotel alleging that it was overcharged for health insurance as the result of a conspiracy between the area’s largest health insurance provide...
Egg producers fail in rebooted attempt to decertify direct purchaser class
Denying a group of egg producers’ motion to decertify a class of shell egg direct purchasers who asserted antitrust claims, a federal district court in Pennsylvania found most of the defendants&...
Trial set for January in U.S. case against five California real estate investors
A jury trial has been set to begin on January 16, 2018, in a Department of Justice Antitrust Division action against five California real estate investors. The five individuals—Joseph J. Giraudo...