Topic: Multidistrict litigation

Google to face digital ad monopolisation claims

A New York federal court has ordered Google to face the bulk of a Texas-led lawsuit accusing it of monopolising the digital advertising market, although commentators believe the ruling gives the search giant reason to be cautiously optimistic.

16 September 2022

Pennsylvania court: “Overall anticompetitive scheme” alleged in Suboxone litigation

A swathe of claims from direct purchasers, end consumers and state attorneys general accusing Indivior of monopolising the market for opioid addiction treatment Suboxone have survived the pharmaceutical company’s motion for summary judgment.

24 August 2022

Google asks court to throw out Texas-led monopolisation case

Google has asked a federal New York court to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit brought by a Texas-led coalition of states over its advertising technology business.

24 January 2022

WATCH: GCR Connect: Germany

GCR Connect: Germany took place on 20 May. A full recording is now available to watch.

30 June 2021

Pork price-fixing claims beat motion to dismiss

Producers of the majority of the US market for wholesale pork must face allegations they conspired to increase prices, a Minnesota federal court has ruled.

20 October 2020

Aluminium warehouse plaintiffs denied class cert

Plaintiffs alleging that Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Glencore conspired to manipulate prices of aluminium cannot establish they suffered common antitrust injury, a New York federal court has ruled in denying class certification.

27 July 2020

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