Anti-Trust Litigation

Brodsky & Smith, LLC represents consumers in various anti-trust matters across the country.  Each of these lawsuits alleges that the Defendants conspired with each other in manipulating prices in order to restrain competition in the market for goods and/or services.  These cases frequently bring to light unlawful conduct such as price-fixing, monopolization, monopoly leveraging, essential facilities, tying arrangements, vertical restraints, exclusive dealing and refusals to deal.  This alleged conduct precludes other companies from entering the free trade market and/or inflates prices that would ordinarily have been paid for the goods and/or services and is therefore in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act.

The firm is counsel in the following matters: In re Paper Anti-Trust Litigation pending in federal court in Connecticut (2004); In re Elevator Anti-Trust Litigation (2004) pending in the Southern District of New York; In re EPDM Anti-Trust litigation (2004) currently pending in various states including New Jersey, Florida, New Mexico and North Carolina; In re Foundry Resin Anti-Trust Litigation (2004) currently pending in Ohio and New Jersey, and In re Visa/Mastercard Antitrust Litigation, 02 CV 1322 (2002) currently pending in the Southern District of New York.  

The firm is also counsel in anti-trust lawsuits alleging price fixing and/or the frivolous filing of patent extension applications against certain drug manufactures in order to prevent generic drugs from entering the market.  These drugs include Alphagryn, Augmentin, Immodium, Neurotin, Remeron and Wellbutrin.

If you are aware of or suspect any practices that are or may be in violation of anti-competition/monopoly laws, such as price fixing, tying agreements, etc., occurring now or at some time in the past, please contact us via phone at toll free 877-LEGAL-90 (877-534-2590), by email at clients@brodsky-smith.com or by visiting our report a fraud link.


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