Representing Plaintiffs in Class Action Alleging Price-Fixing of Local TV Advertising

In re Local TV Advertising Antitrust Litigation, 18-cv-06785 (N.D. Ill.)

Robins Kaplan filed one of the first complaints following the Department of Justice investigation into potential antitrust violations in local television ad sales. Plaintiffs allege that the largest owners of local television stations in the United States engaged in a scheme to artificially inflate the price of advertisements in violation of federal antitrust law. In January 2019, partner Hollis Salzman was appointed to the two-firm plaintiff steering committee. Plaintiffs continue to litigate their claims.

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