Meegan Hollywood prosecutes actions involving price-fixing, unlawful monopolization and other anticompetitive practices. She previously litigated the in In re Air Cargo Shipping Services Antitrust Litigation, involving a class of direct purchasers who recovered over $1.2 billion in settlements for an alleged global conspiracy in the market for airfreight services. She is currently litigating In re Local TV Advertising Antitrust Litigation, which alleges that the defendants, whom collectively own more than 500 local stations, engaged in a scheme to artificially inflate the price of advertisements in violation of federal antitrust law. Additionally, she currently represents a direct action plaintiff in opt-out litigation against two of the largest freight railroads in the country for allegedly conspiring to fix prices on rail shipments. She has also defended clients in complex commercial litigation and in white collar and securities fraud investigations.
Ms. Hollywood is the pro bono chair for the New York Office. She is currently working with KIND (Kids in Need of Defense) to provide pro bono assistance to unaccompanied refugee children seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status in the United States.
In re Air Cargo Shipping Services Antitrust Litigation: Over $1.2 billion in settlements for an alleged global conspiracy to fix surcharges for air cargo shipping services. Defendants in the decade-long litigation included many of the world’s largest airlines.
In re Polyurethane Foam Antitrust Litigation: Over $433 million in settlements regarding an alleged conspiracy to unlawfully fix the prices of polyurethane foam in the United States.
Oxbow Carbon & Minerals LLC, et al. v. Union Pacific Railroad Company, et al.: Representing plaintiffs in connection with its antitrust claims against defendants, Union Pacific Railroad Company and BNSF Railway Company for allegedly conspiring to increase revenue by imposing non-negotiable fuel surcharges on rail shipments.
- Law360, "Law360's 2020 Competition Editorial Advisory Board Members," (May 27, 2020)
- Law360, “Attorneys Want $100M In Air Cargo Antitrust Case,” (August 19, 2016)
- Business Insider, “Why The Justice Department Won't Go After Amazon Even Though Paul Krugman Thinks It's Hurting America” (October 20, 2014);
- Global Competition Review, “Air Cargo Plaintiffs on the Verge of Class Certification” (October 16, 2014).
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