INSIGHT: Defendant Class Actions The Solution to Suing Hundreds of Defendants
November 8, 2018
In most antitrust cases involving coordinated conduct, the question of whom to sue is relatively straightforward. The logical defendants are those who participated in the alleged conspiracy and their relevant affiliates.
However, when anticompetitive conduct occurs not as part of a discrete cartel, but rather as part of an industry-wide practice, the question of whom to sue becomes significantly more complicated, as is often the case when price-fixing is facilitated by a trade association or other large industry group.
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