Have you overpaid for products (such as appliances) made from Steel?
If you purchased steel products including clothes washers, clothes dryers, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, microwave ovens. regular ovens, automobiles, semi-tractor trailers, farm and construction equipment, room air conditioner units, hot water heaters, snow blowers, barbeque grills, lawn mowers, and reinforcing bars used in patios, driveways, swimming pools and sidewalks – during the Class Period (January 1, 2005 to September 17, 2008), you may have over paid. Click here to learn more.
Antitrust class actions for consumers and retailers challenge prohibited agreements or practices that restrict free trading and competition between business entities. The antitrust laws, both State and Federal, ban abusive behavior by a firm dominating a market, or anti-competitive practices that tend to lead to such a dominant position. Practices controlled in this way may involve price-fixing, market allocation agreements, monopolistic schemes and other violations of antitrust law. Antitrust actions challenge global cartels, conspiracies among would-be competitors, monopolies, and other anti-competitive practices. Examples include:
- Air Cargo: Price-fixing cartel
- Airline Ticket Price Collusion: Price-fixing collusion
- Aluminum Warehousing: Global price-manipulation conspiracy
- Capacitors Price-Fixing: Global price-fixing conspiracy
- Cathode Ray Tubes: Price-fixing cartel
- Cipro: Exclusionary agreements not to compete
- Contact Lens: Price-fixing
- Crude Oil: Price-fixing
- LIBOR Manipulation: Manipulation of bank rates
- Municipal Derivatives: Fraud and bid-rigging
- Rechargeable Lithium Batteries: Global price-fixing conspiracy
- Refrigerant Compressors: Price-fixing
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