$19.5 Million Settlement Secured for Indirect Buyers in Interior Molded Doors Antitrust Litigation

July 26, 2021

In re: Interior Molded Doors Indirect Purchaser Antitrust Litigation, 18-cv-00850 (E.D. Va.)

Robins Kaplan secured a $19.5 million class settlement in a price-fixing litigation brought by indirect purchasers of interior molded doors against the industry’s two leading manufacturers. The settlement fully resolves antitrust and consumer protection claims asserted by a class of consumers and businesses who purchased defendants’ doors from home improvement stores and wholesalers between March 1, 2014, and September 4, 2020.

Robins Kaplan served as court-appointed co-lead counsel for the class of indirect purchasers and crafted one of the first indirect purchaser complaints alleging that defendants engaged in an unlawful conspiracy to fix prices. The settlement was granted final approval in July 2021, less than two years after the action was first filed, reflecting an expedited resolution to a complex and sprawling antitrust litigation.

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