If There, Then Here: How Gov't Probes Help Antitrust Plaintiffs

March 18, 2019

Law360, (March 18, 2019, 5:18 PM EDT) -- Alas, price-fixers have gotten good at covering their tracks. With few exceptions, direct evidence of a conspiracy is likely to be in the exclusive possession of the conspirators. What is a private plaintiff to do where all the telltale signs point to an unlawful conspiracy to fix prices, but the “smoking gun” has yet to be uncovered?

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David Rochelson

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